Supreme Court Judgments – Known and Unknown – Suppressed and Exposed – Implemented and not!

Supreme Court Judgments – Known and Unknown – Suppressed and Exposed – Implemented and not!
Published on November 21st, 2007 In Uncategorized, Blogging, Philosophy, Politics | Views 291 <!– by Vedaprakash –>

Supreme Court Judgments – Known and Unknown – Suppressed and Exposed – Implemented and not!

The following is the Supreme court Order appearing in “Panchajanyam” (November 2007 issue, p.no5):



TEM No.MM-6
COURT NO.1

S U P R E M E  C O U R T  O F  I N D I A RECORD OF PROCEEDING 112004 WRIT PETITION (CIVIL) NO (s) 564 of 2007

SWAMI GOVINDA RAMANUJA                                                              Petitioner (s)

VERSUS

UNION OF INDIA Date 05/10/2007

This Petition was mentioned today.

CORAM HON’BLE THE CHIEF JUSTICE

HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE R. V. RAVINDRAN.

For Petitioner (s)                                      Petitioner –in-person For Respondents

UPON hearing counsel the Court made the following ORDER Heard the petitioner, who appeared, in person. He apprehends that the disciples / followers of Lord Sri Rama are being attacked inthe Stae of Tamil Nadu and he wants a direction to be issued to theChief Secretary of the State of Tamil Nadu to give protection to them.The petitioner would be a liberty to move the High Court in accordancewith law. The petitioner states that he is afraid to go to the High Court of Madras as he is likely to be physically manhandled by some interested people. Learned Advocate General for the State of Tamil Naduis present in Court and he affirms that all protection would be givento the  petitioner in case if he wants to approach the High Court of TamilNadu. The Writ Petition is disposed of accordingly. The petitioner would inform the City Police Commissioner of Chennai and seek protection. In case such a request is made, the City Commissioner would consider the same and give necessary protection to him to file the requisite petition and prosecute the same before the High Court of Judicature at Madras. He shall be given requisite protection so that he may not be manhandled or attacked by any miscreants.
Sd-Sd-
(G. V. Ramana)                                                                                          (Veera Varma)

Court Master                                                                                                Court Master

Swami Govinda Ramanuja has filed the Writ Petition and argued himself in the Hon’ble Supreme court for 45 minutes. The wording of the judgment clearly expposes the weakness of the vulnerable believers like Hindus in India. The Chief Justice Mr. K. G. Balakrishnan and Justice Mr. R. V. Ravindran were present. He has been the petitioner in the case of demolition of thousand-pillars mantap on Tirumala by the High Court of A. P. Government.

However, the entire print and electronic media has purposely suppressed it and totally blacked out. The much-publicized Tehelka, perhaps, sleeping in its secular maya enjoying the “minority”-nidhra!

In fact, it exposes the vulnerability of believers of Rama in the State of Tamilnadu in secular India. The Judgment has been so specific and it exposes the defenselessness and dangerous condition of Hindus, though, they have been the majority of India.

Ironically, all human rights and other harbingers of rights of men, women, children etc., have been absconding whenever such events take place.

VEDAPRAKASH

21-11-2007

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3 Responses to “Supreme Court Judgments – Known and Unknown – Suppressed and Exposed – Implemented and not!”

  1. vedaprakash Says:

    One Response to “Supreme Court Judgments – Known and Unknown – Suppressed and Exposed – Implemented and not!”

    1. MNachiappan Says:
    Posted on November 24th, 2007

    The judgement part, you posted is very difficult to read.

    That is why perhaps, it is unnoticed, though it is connected with “Ramasethu”.

    I just split it for easy reading and understanding:

    “UPON hearing counsel the Court made the following ORDER Heard the petitioner, who appeared, in person.

    He apprehends that the disciples / followers of Lord Sri Rama are being attacked in the Stae of Tamil Nadu and he wants a direction to be issued to the Chief Secretary of the State of Tamil Nadu to give protection to them.

    The petitioner would be a liberty to move the High Court in accordancewith law.

    The petitioner states that he is afraid to go to the High Court of Madras as he is likely to be physically manhandled by some interested people.

    Learned Advocate General for the State of Tamil Naduis present in Court and he affirms that all protection would be givento the petitioner in case if he wants to approach the High Court of TamilNadu.

    The Writ Petition is disposed of accordingly.

    The petitioner would inform the City Police Commissioner of Chennai and seek protection.

    In case such a request is made, the City Commissioner would consider the same and give necessary protection to him to file the requisite petition and prosecute the same before the High Court of Judicature at Madras.

    He shall be given requisite protection so that he may not be manhandled or attacked by any miscreants”.

    Evidently, it raises many questiions and issues in Tamilnadu Dravidian politics context.

    In fact, Karunanidhi should have felt shame about the prevalent of such condition in his ruled state. In his prime-83 years, with maturity, he should try to do something good for the people instead of setting them against each other. He is committing a great sin on the earth, that too, in his last days. He is going to reap his results.

  2. N. Nachiappan Says:

    I wonder how and why he kept quite after the Supreme Court gave an option to him to come to court after seeing the controversial movie “Dasavataram”.

    The Court dismissed his petition accordingly, when he challenged some scenes that reportedly offend Vaishnavite feelings.

    Ironically, the actor himself has started showing pro-Islamic tendenciers that may have to be subjected to pathological studies.

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