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The Supreme Court’s appeal to Christians

The Supreme Court asked the Ministry of the Interior to seek reports from countries on Alleged attacks on Christians

New Delhi:

Noting that he needs to separate the ‘grain from the chaff’ when it comes to claims of Attacks on Individuals of Christian communitySupreme court on Thursday asked the ministry of .’s internal affairs call for Reports from Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Karnataka, Odisha, Chhattisgarh, Bihar and Jharkhand despite opposition from the centre.

The Supreme Court said although she believes crime against It does not necessarily mean the individual crime against Society, but even if 10 per cent of Alleged cases in PIL is truethen needs to go to the bottom of The issue.

The center told the court that should Do not accept claims of public interest or personal information law on Self-service reports can have wider ramifications.

“we need To separate the grain from the chaff, although we think that attack on People don’t mean it’s a file attack on The community. we need To check claims of No such incident claimed in The public Interest Litigation (PIL), “A bench of Judge DY Chandrachud and Hima Kohli said.

Claimed position 162 of mentioned cases in It was the political isolation law found to be fake on Check at ground level.

In response to the dispute, the bench He said, “This is the PIL as we begin with Assuming that what is being demanded may be true. We can do the verification process and start with 4-5 countries at least and ask the ministry of Ministry of the Interior (MHA) to submit a report after data collection on What action has been taken on Accidents like this of violence, status of FIRs and arrests made And whether any accusation sheet has been filed in These issues or not.” The court directed chief trustees of All eight countries ensure These details are provided to the MHA.

Prosecutor General Tushar Mehta confirmed the majority of Alleged cases mentioned in It was a political isolation law found to be false based on “Self-service articlesPosted by on a web portal when checking.

Court insisted should Do not receive such PILs and pass Orders that will unlock Pandora’s box And it could have broader repercussions.

“First, there was an era when civil rights books were written on Postcard, then came an era when PILs were introduced on the basics of Newspaper and court reports have taken steps to reduce it practice. Now, the third era is that PILs are introduced on the basics of independently factResearch committee and reports being published on some web gates” advocate Colin Gonsalves, Encore for petitioners in The majority of of Attacks against Members of Christian communityThere is a pattern, and it is done with complicity of Police authorities.

Mehta described the allegations as exaggerated and insisted government Ground Level Verification found There are no such incidents with Sectarian tones have taken place As the petitioners claimed.

Mr. Gonsalves argued that in In most cases, police accused Christian priests, but the attackers did not press charges faced any verb

“In the last one year and more out of 700 cases of hnf against Members of Christian community It has been reported.”

Mr. Mehta said since nothing of Affected parties before the court but petitioners, who claim to represent them causeCome on, the court should don’t have fun plea And the instead allow victims move Court or submit a flight information report in issue of hnf against they.

At this point, the bench Note that victims may or may not have the means in Attitude to complain against the perpetrators.

Mr. Mehta said that if the petitioners could go to the Supreme Court, surely they could provide everything possible Legal aid for victims help them to present issues against the perpetrators.

The bench He gave the Department of Home Affairs two months to get reports from the states.

(Except for Title, this story It has not been edited by the NDTV crew and is posted from a syndicated feed.)

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