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This notification was released by the Supreme Court in response to a petition challenging Udhayanidhi and A Raja’s criticism of Sanatan Dharma. According to the court, it will hear this case and other ongoing petitions against hate speech.
In a petition, a lawyer from Chennai requests that Tamil Nadu’s anti-Sanatan Dharma campaigns be ruled unlawful.
Udhayanidhi Stalin had equated dengue fever and malaria to Sanatan Dharma. He had stated that some things couldn’t be contested and needed to be done away with. In the same way that we must also work to eradicate dengue and malaria, we cannot simply resist these diseases. Similar to this, Sanatan Dharma needs to be eliminated in addition to being fought.