What did the journalist write on the order of the judge?
Earlier, a journalist named Rafa Khanam Sherwani responded to the Ranchi Court's Magistrate's decision, tweeting, "I do not usually worry about the federal propaganda, but some sensible secular people are also confused about the order of the Ranchi Court to distribute the Koran. In the developed democracies, the system of giving community service by the courts as a punishment for crimes has become a routine. Has grown. "
If a Muslim girl was asked to share the Gita, then ………
On the tweet of Arafa Khanam, Javed Akhtar expressed strong objection and showed him a mirror. Akhtar wrote to Arafa, "What do you talk to Arifa, to tell the Hindu girl to share the Koran, not to be a community service, but perhaps a non-willful service to communism." Honestly, if a Muslim girl is sharing a Gita If you were called, you would give him the name of the 'community service'. "
I do not understand Javed Akhtar
Despite being shown the mirror through Javed Akhtar, Aarfa remained on his point of view. He replied to Akhtar, "I do not think that the copy of the Koran will be communal, but yes the judge should have thought much in the anti-Muslim environment. For example, they can ask him to teach in a Muslim school Or could you ask for a service in a Muslim neighborhood. "
What is the whole matter?
In fact, a court in Ranch had granted bail to a student named Ritcha Bharti on condition of sharing the Quran with a post on Facebook. After that the criticism of that judge was taking place. After heavy opposition, they had to withdraw their controversial order. Ritcha herself herself had spoken of challenging the decision in the High Court. This case started even getting political colors. Even the lawyers had demanded withdrawal of the order from Judicial Magistrate Manish Kumar Singh. The order of the court was also called the abduction of Richa's fundamental rights. Earlier, the police had arrested Richa Bharti for the alleged post, after which the bail hearing took place on bail.