Petition filed in High Court to stop Mahapanchayat convened in Puraula on June 15

The Supreme Court refused to hear the petitioner directly without going to the High Court

New Delhi. The Supreme Court has refused to consider a petition to stop the ‘Mahapanchayat’ in Purola of Uttarkashi district amid communal tension. The petitioner has now moved the Uttarakhand High Court. A petition has been filed on behalf of the petitioner in the Nainital High Court to ban the Mahapanchayat.
Refusing to entertain the plea seeking a stay on the Mahapanchayat scheduled to be held on June 15, the Supreme Court had told the petitioner that it is the responsibility of the state to maintain law and order. Why have you come here, go to the High Court. The High Court is also capable of hearing. After this, the High Court has been moved on behalf of the petitioner.
Let us inform that Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Bajrang Dal have called a mahapanchayat to vacate the shops of Muslim traders in Purola of Uttarkashi. However, the district administration has not yet given its permission. After the arrest of a Muslim youth on May 26 for trying to abduct a minor in Purola area, local people, traders and Hindu organizations have been agitating demanding Muslims to vacate their shops

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