- The top court had asked the Center to stop the events in 2018.
- The court said – It is the responsibility of the state to maintain a spirit of brotherhood between the citizens
Jul 26, 2019, 07:43 PM IST
new Delhi. The Supreme Court has sought a response from the Center on Friday for not implementing the directive to ban the rising incidents of Mob Lynching in the country. The Bench of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi issued notice to the Home Ministry and State Governments on the petition filed by the Anti Corruption Council of India.
Senior Advocate-friendly Chandra Pradhan, who was involved in the trust, said that violent incidents were being carried out by the crowd here and the directions given by the apex court were not followed yet. The Trust said that the directions given by the apex court in 2018, which stated that protection, corrective and punitive initiatives should be taken against the violence being carried out by the crowd. This petition was filed by Congress worker Tahsin Poonawala.
The responsibility of maintaining brother-in-law
The apex court had told the Center that new laws should be enacted to take strong action against those who have committed violence in the name of Mob Lynching and Guhitya. Such incidents are taking shape like demon in the country. He said that it is the responsibility of the state that they work to maintain the spirit of brotherhood and law and order among all the citizens.