Renaming Commission: Do You Want To Keep Country On Boil?: Supreme Court Rejects Petition

'Do you want to keep the country in boiling state?': Supreme Court dismisses petition

“There is no bigotry in Hinduism,” said the Supreme Court bench.

New Delhi:

The Supreme Court today rejected a petition to rename all cities and historic places believed to have been named after “invaders”. The petition was filed by BJP leader Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay, who wants a ‘rename committee’ to find out the original names of ‘ancient historical and cultural religious sites’, named after the name of the ‘barbaric invaders’.

A bench of Judges KM Joseph and BV Nagarathna questioned the motives of the PIL filed by lawyer Ashwini Upadhyay, saying it would revive those issues, “which would bring the country to a boil. “.

Through the ruling, the bench said the country’s history should not haunt current and future generations.

“Hinduism is not a religion but a way of life. Hinduism is a way of life and there is no bigotry in Hinduism. Don’t dig up the past will only create discord. Can’t let it be. the country boils,” said the Supreme Court.

Mr. Upadhyay, in his petition, suggested that the Center establish a ‘renaming committee’ to restore the ‘original’ names of ancient historical, cultural and religious sites that had been lost. renamed” by the invaders.

While Mughal Garden was recently renamed Amrit Udyan, the government has done nothing to rename the streets named after the invaders, the petition said, and argues that continuing The practice of naming these names violates the sovereignty and other civil rights guaranteed by the Constitution.

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