'Ban on Dharma Sansad to be held in Himachal..,' Kapil Sibal demands SC

New Delhi: The supreme court on Wednesday heard the case of the provocative speech delivered by the Dharma Sansad in Haridwar, Uttarakhand. Meanwhile, senior advocate Kapil Sibal, appearing for the petitioner, told the court that one such Parliament of Religions is scheduled to be held in Himachal Pradesh on Sunday. In view of the objectionable rhetoric against a particular religion in the Dharma Sansad, the Dharma Sansad, which is being held in Himachal, should be banned. 
On Kapil Sibal's demand, Justice AM Khanwilkar said that the Himachal government's stand has to be heard before that. He said the petitioners can go to the local collector. At the same time, Justice Khanwilkar said that a copy of the petition should also be given to the counsel for the Himachal Pradesh government. The Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh governments have to submit status reports in court before the next hearing. Hearing the Haridwar Dharma Sansad hate speech case, the top court issued a notice to the Uttarakhand government seeking its response. At the same time, the top court has also allowed the petitioner to approach the local collector to stay the Dharma Sansad to be held in Himachal Pradesh. 

At the same time, the apex court has agreed to hear the matter on the mention of advocate Ashwini Upadhyay for hearing the case, seeking compliance with the Law Commission report on the inflammatory speech. The apex court said that along with the petitions filed regarding the Dharma Sansad, the matter will also be heard on April 22. 

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