New Delhi: The Supreme Court has refused to hear a petition complaining about the exploitation of Hindus, forcing them to migrate and disturbing the population balance in Mewat area of Haryana. Several other petitioners, including advocate Ranjana Agnihotri, had called it a conspiracy at the behest of Tablighi Jamaat and other radical organizations.
It has been said in the petition that out of 431 villages in the area, in 103 villages, not a single Hindu is left. There are 82 villages in which there are only 4-5 Hindu families. In 2011 there was 20 percent Hindu population. It has come down to only 10-11 percent. Hindus are being harassed in a planned manner. Hindu girls are being forced into inter-religious marriages on a large scale under pressure. Court formed SIT to investigate the whole matter.
The petition also demanded that the court declare every transaction of property sold by Hindus to Muslims in the last 10 years as invalid. The petitioners had also pointed out that the majority Muslim community in the area was violating the basic rights of Hindus. The police remains passive in all matters. The Supreme Court should intervene in the matter to protect the fundamental right to life and personal liberty of the people.
Senior advocate Vikas Singh appeared for the plea filed through advocate Vishnu Shankar Jain. But at the very beginning of the hearing, a bench of Chief Justice NV Ramana, Justice AS Bopanna and Hrishikesh Roy said that it will not hear this petition filed on the basis of news published in the newspapers. Vikas argued that all the petitioners in the case are lawyers by profession. Two of them have themselves visited the area and studied the situation there. He has met the family of many other victims, including Nikita Tomar, who was killed in a one-sided love affair. But the bench was not convinced by these things. The judges dismissed the petition, refusing to hear.
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