Right to worship cannot be eroded by secularism: Why Sanatana Dharma members have approached Supreme Court

The application filed through Advocate Vishnu Shankar Jain further stated that the State government had previously granted licenses to non-Hindus within temple areas, which resulted in such people trying to desecrate the object of worship and also undertake prejudicial activities within temple premises. These persons, the applicants claim, tried to propagate their own religion and molested and kidnapped women, while the State administration remained silent for political reasons.

It is further stated that the High Court, while upholding the government order, noted that non-Hindus were displaying photos of their religion at the temple premises, offering prayers at the shops within temple premises, celebrating their festivals and distributing beef and other meat, and spreading hatred.

Source: Barandbench