Supreme Court to hear plea carrying out Tajiya procession during Moharram
Supreme Court to hear plea carrying out Tajiya procession during Moharram

New Delhi: In view of the Corona epidemic, the top court has given permission to take out the Muharram procession with 5 people. The Supreme Court said that the procession of Muharram is carried out in the entire country, so it is necessary to hear the views of all 28 state governments. A Bench of Chief Justice SA Bobde, Judge AS Bopanna and Judge V Ramasubramanian asked the petitioner to make the 28 state governments as litigants in their petition, after which the case would be heard.

The petitioner has also demanded the court to give directions to the central government and the state governments. The petitioner had asked the court to allow only 5 people to participate in the Muharram procession keeping in mind the official guidelines of the Corona epidemic. The court at present refused to give any order. Now the next hearing in the apex court will be held on Monday.

The new year of the Islamic calendar, Muharram month has started on August 21. In the first ten days of Muharram, the events of Karbala is organised and various types of events are organized through Majlis, mourning, processions and langar at all places including Prayagraj. People wear black clothes and women break bangles. However, this time due to Corona epidemic, no public events are being held anywhere and people are performing rituals in a symbolic manner.

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