Supreme Court declines permission to carry out Muharram procession across the country

The Supreme Court of India has not allowed Muslim Shia religionist Maulana Kalbe Jawad to carry Muharram processions across the country. Indian chief Justice SA Bobde advised Maulana Kalbe Jawad to travel to the supreme court .

Indian Chief Justice SA Bobde said that the supreme court would give permission in sight of things within the state. Maulana Kalbe Jawad had filed a petition seeking permission to carry Muharram processions in several cities of India.

It should be noted that thanks to the coronavirus, religious processions aren’t allowed lately in India.

Indian Supreme Court said that processions couldn’t be allowed across the country, as conditions were different everywhere. The Supreme Court said that the High Courts of every state should be allowed in sight of the circumstances there.

The petitioner said that they ought to a minimum of be allowed to march in Lucknow, as this is often where most of the people of the Shia community live. The Supreme Court of India replied that they ought to approach the Allahabad supreme court for permission.

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