Gurugram Mahapanchayat: Supreme Court Petitioned Against Muslim Boycott

New Delhi: A petition has been filed in the Supreme Court seeking intervention in the recent Gurugram Mahapanchayat incident. The mahapanchayat, which was attended by hundreds of people, called for an economic boycott of Muslims. This call for a boycott came in the aftermath of communal violence in Gurugram, which included the burning of a mosque and the murder of an Imam.

The petition, filed by senior counsel Kapil Sibal, has been brought before a Constitution Bench led by Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud. The petition seeks the court’s attention and intervention in this matter to address the serious issues arising from the call for an economic boycott of Muslims.

The petition also alleges that the Gurugram police have been witch-hunting the residents of Tighara village, where the mahapanchayat took place. The petition calls for an independent investigation into the matter and for the police to be held accountable for their actions.

The Supreme Court is likely to hear the petition soon.


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