Supreme Court To Stalin Junior On Sanatana Row: “You Abused Your Right”

The controversial comment was made by Udhayanidhi Stalin at a conference in September 2023. He is the son of MK Stalin, who is the chief minister of Tamil Nadu and the leader of the DMK.

Supreme Court To Stalin Junior On Sanatana Row

The Supreme Court slammed Tamil Nadu Minister Udhayanidhi Stalin today for his controversial comment calling for the “eradication” of Sanatana Dharma. Justices Sanjiv Khanna and Dipankar Datta made the bench question the minister’s choice to go to the top court after saying hurtful things. They said that as a minister, he should know what would happen because of what he said.
“You abuse the right you were given by Article 19(1)(a) of the Constitution.” You don’t follow the rules set out in Article 25. Do you now want to use your right under Article 32 to make a plea with the Supreme Court? Do you not know what your words will lead to? You’re not a general person. You work as a minister. “You should know what will happen,” the Supreme Court bench told them before putting the case off until March 15.

Senior lawyer Abhishek Manu Singhvi asked the Supreme Court to help Udhayanidhi Stalin by combining all the FIRs into one case. He said that these FIRs were sent in from Maharashtra to Uttar Pradesh to Karnataka to Bihar to Jammu and Kashmir.

The controversial comment was made by Udhayanidhi Stalin at a conference in September 2023. He is the son of MK Stalin, who is the chief minister of Tamil Nadu and the leader of the DMK. He said that Sanatana Dharma should be “eradicated” because it is against fairness and justice for everyone. A lot of people were angry about the minister’s comment, especially BJP leaders who said it was wrong to compare Sanatana Dharma to diseases like dengue and malaria.

On social media, the argument got worse. The BJP said that the Congress was behind a “genocidal” call against Sanatana Dharma.

Supreme Court To Stalin Junior On Sanatana Row

In response to the criticism on social media, Udhayanidhi Stalin said that he had not asked for the killing of people who follow Sanatana Dharma. He said that Sanatana Dharma keeps people apart based on faith and caste and is fundamentally against fairness and equality. The Tamil Nadu minister said he was ready to show the long writings of Dr. BR Ambedkar, a social activist, and Periyar, a social activist who did a lot of study on Sanatana Dharma.

In any setting, I am ready to present the extensive writings of Periyar and Ambedkar, who did in-depth study on Sanatana Dharma and how it hurts society. “Let me stress again the most important part of my speech: I believe that Sanatana Dharma is to blame for many social problems, just like mosquitoes spread diseases like COVID-19, Dengue, and Malaria,” Udhayanidhi Stalin wrote in a social media post last year.

Whether it’s in a court of law or the people’s court, I’m ready to face any challenges that come my way.” “Put down the fake news,” he said.

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