Court refuses to ban Salman Khurshid's book on 'Hindutva terrorist'

New Delhi: Delhi's Patiala House Court has categorically refused to ban the publication and sale of senior Congress leader Salman Khurshid's book. The court said the right to expression cannot be restricted. However, the court did say that the petitioner can campaign against the book if he wants to. The petitioner can also publish denial against hurting emotions.

In fact, senior Congress leader and former Union minister Salman Khurshid recently launched his book 'Sunrise over Ayodhya.' In this book, he compares Hindutva with Islamic terrorist organizations like ISIS and Boko Haram. There is a lot of excitement all over the country about it. The Hindu Sena had filed a petition in the Patiala court seeking a ban on the publication, dissemination and sale of the book.

The Hindu Sena in its petition had alleged that the book hurts the sentiments of Hindus. In such a case, its publication, dissemination and sale should be banned. But the Patiala court categorically refused to stay the stay saying that the author and publisher have the right to write and publish the book. It cannot be banned.

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