Petition filed against special minority in Supreme Court, gives important information
Petition filed against special minority in Supreme Court, gives important information

The Supreme Court of India has filed a petition in the Supreme Court alleging discrimination against Hindus on religious grounds, saying that the schemes worth Rs 4,700 crore run for minorities while the Constitution does not contain the concept of special provision based on religion. The National Minorities Commission Act has been challenged in the petition.

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There is a demand that the Supreme Court should order that the government cannot run schemes benefiting only minorities with the money of taxpayers. Government should be prevented from doing so. The Supreme Court has directed to give a copy of this petition to the Attorney General and ordered the case to be put on hearing again on 20 January.

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The order of Justice RF Nariman and S. Ravindra Bhatt gave the order after hearing the arguments of the petitioner's lawyer Harishankar Jain. This petition has been filed in the Supreme Court by Neeraj Shankar Saxena, resident of Lucknow and 5 others. The petition sought to repeal the National Commission for Minorities Act, 1992, stating that Parliament cannot make laws benefiting any particular religion, even if it is only for minority communities. He said in the petition that under Article 15 (4) of the Constitution, special benefits can be given only to those communities which have been found socially and educationally backward by the Commission constituted under Article 340. No religion or religious group can be promoted with the money of taxpayers, therefore a minority commission cannot be formed to achieve this purpose.

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