Homes cannot be demolished in retaliation for violence, Supreme Court rebukes Yogi government

Newshub18:Supreme Court rebukes Yogi government.

Not illegal bulldozing. The Supreme Court warned the Yogi government. Violence in Kanpur, Saharanpur and Prayagraj last week has exposed footage of houses being demolished illegally. The Uttar Pradesh administration did this because of protests against the Prophet’s remarks. The apex court has strongly condemned this. During the trial in the Supreme Court on Thursday, the judge said, “Destruction must be in accordance with the law. It is not acceptable to take revenge.”

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The Supreme Court has directed the Uttar Pradesh government to respond within the next three days. A vacation bench of Justice AS Bopanna and Justice Vikram Nath on Thursday directed that all should abide by the law. Everyone should be aware of the rule of law in the country. The Uttar Pradesh government must also follow the law. “The house cannot be demolished to avenge the violence.It is also said to ensure security so that no untoward incidents take place.

An organization called Jamiat Ulama-e-Hind has filed a case in the Supreme Court against the bulldozer policy. It also called for tougher action against officials responsible for “illegally” destroying homes. And the organization is requesting the UP government to ensure that no vandalism occurs in violation of the law.

Protests erupted across the country in protest of BJP leader Nupur Sharma’s remarks. Hundreds of people were arrested. Another BJP leader has been expelled for posting social media in support of Nupur.On Tuesday, three retired Supreme Court justices, B Sudarshan Reddy, V Gopal Gowda and AK Gangopadhyay, as well as three retired high court judges and six lawyers, wrote a letter to Chief Justice AV Ramana asking him to rush the bulldozer policy of the Yogi government

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