Friday, January 22, 2010

Recognize Savitri Era Religion as a separate religion

[Sikhs petition SC to wriggle out of Hindu embrace Times of India - ‎Jan 18, 2010‎
NEW DELHI: A PIL in the Supreme Court said Sikhs wanted to break free from the perception that their religion was intrinsically connected to Hinduism in every activity…
The Bench agreed with the counsel that immigration authorities in Middle-East countries were stubborn but counselled the petitioner to move the appropriate authority in government for a solution rather than approaching the court. It allowed the petition to be withdrawn.  
SC sidesteps Sikh tag plea Calcutta Telegraph - The Supreme Court today dismissed a petition demanding Sikhs be taken out of the definition of “Hindu” as provided in the Constitution.
“We do not have the power to direct Parliament to amend the law,” a bench headed by the Chief Justice of India (CJI) said.

Savitri Era Party demands that Savitri Era Religion, too, be recognized as a separate religion in deference to Justice Chinnappa Reddy’s considered opinion. [TNM]

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