- Lord Rama and Lord Krishna are part of Indian culture.
- Special law should be brought to show respect.
- Observed by Allahabad High Court.
The court granted bail to Aakash Jadhav alias Suryaprakash in a case of making a bad reference to Ram and Krishna on Facebook. An atheist is free to believe in God. But it does not have the authority to publicly call on images or writings that defame God. Akash Jadhav’s action is questioning the faith of the majority in the country. The court said such moves were a threat to peace and brotherhood.
The Constitution of India guarantees the right to freedom of expression. Under it, any citizen can speak freely but no one has the right to hurt the religious feelings of others in the name of freedom of expression. Lord Rama and Lord Krishna have been in the hearts of Indians for thousands of years. It is essential to respect the culture and greatness of the country in which one lives.
The Constitution of India allows a citizen to believe or remain an atheist. It is compulsory to teach children about Indian culture in schools across the country. Raman is the soul and culture of India. India is incomplete without Ram. The apex court also ruled in favor of those who believe in Raman in the Ram Janmabhoomi case.
Many countries have provisions for severe punishment for such incidents that question and insult beliefs. Beliefs need to be respected. References to Lord Rama and Lord Krishna have been made in the last few years. Such acts should not take place in any religion like Hinduism, Islam, Christianity or Sikhism. Justice Sekhar Kumar Yadav said that one should learn to respect. Earlier, Justice Shekhar Kumar Yadav had denied bail to the accused in the case of killing the cow and demanded that the cow be declared a national animal.
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