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Supreme Court refuses to entertain plea to censor Kangana Ranaut’s social media posts

The petitioner claimed that he was tremendously hurt by an Instagram post of Ranaut which stated that “Sikh Farmers were Khalistani Terrorists”.

The plea said that the Instagram post justified the anti-sikh genocide of 1984.

“(It) upholds the genocide of 1984, means that Sikhs should be treated as a lower race like unwanted mosquitoes and they need a Guru like Mrs. Indira Gandhi when the Eternal Guru of the Sikhs is Guru Granth Sahibjee,” the petition said.

These kind of statements could develop racial discrimination and hate based on difference in faith and could even lead to riots, the petitioner contended.

Source: Barandbench

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