New Delhi: The cases of Corona are increasing day by day. In view of the transition of Corona, the lockdown was imposed in the past but now the lockdown has been opened. Meanwhile, all the religious places are also being opened gradually, but some places are still closed. The Supreme Court has asked the Center to respond to the petition demanding the opening of all religious places in the country.
On Wednesday, a bench headed by Chief Justice SA Bobde has issued notice to the Ministry of Home Affairs on the petition of Geetarth Ganga Trust based in Ahmedabad. According to the information received, there has been a demand in this petition to open places of worship in the country. In this case, the Bench said in this proceeding through video conferencing, "We are issuing notice only to explore the possibility". The trust has filed a petition through advocate Surendu Shankar Das.
In this argument, it is stated that this petition was filed under Section 14, 19 (1) (a) and (b), 25, 26 and 21 of the Constitution specifically, with the sole and solemn purpose of protecting the fundamental rights. The people of India have the right to go to the places of worship or religious places all over India, which have been banned now.