Grievance against Mehbooba's 'rebellious' tweet: Sukesh writes to CJ for regarding his letter as PIL -
Grievance against Mehbooba's 'rebellious' tweet: Sukesh writes to CJ for regarding his letter as PIL
Posted 08 May 2019 05:36 PM

Unfit to evoke any reaction from the Election Commission of India on a grievance made about subversive tweet of previous Chief Minister and President of People's Democratic Party (PDP), Mehbooba Mufti, who is likewise a challenging Lok Sabha hopeful from Anantnag Parliamentary voting demographic, famous social dissident, Sukesh Khajuria has kept in touch with the Chief Justice of J&K High Court, Gita Mittal on April 26, 2019 for insurance of open intrigue.

Khajuria, in his letter, referenced that in spite of griping to the Election Commission of India and District Magistrate Jammu, no move was made against Mehbooba Mufti. He encouraged the Chief Justice of J&K High Court, Gita Mittal to regard his letter as Public Interest Litigation (PIL).

Charging Mehbooba Mufti for making a subversive tweet on April 8, 2019 to destabilize the nation, Sukesh Khajuria, in his letter to the Chief Justice asserted that PDP Chief, Mehbooba Mufti, whose tweets frequently snatch features, tweeted on April 8, 2019 'Why sit idle in Court. Sit tight for BJP to scrap Article-370. It will consequently suspend us from battling races since Indian Constitution won't be appropriate to J&K any longer. Na Samjho Gay Tou Mit Jaouge Aye Hindustan Walo. Tumhari Dastaan Tak Bhi Na Hogi Dastaano Main'.

Khajuria further expressed that regardless of having held a sacred post of the Chief Minister of J&K and completely aware of Section-3 of J&K Constitution that J&K is and will remain a necessary piece of India, she adamantly and deliberately made a remark, which is infringing upon the constitution, transparently supporting the reason for rebellion.

Mehbooba Mufti has persistently attempted to energize irritation towards the Government of India, which is at first sight an offense of rebellion under area 124-A RPC and has likewise dedicated an offense of 'advancing hatred between the classes under Sections 153,153-A, 504, 505 RPC and other pertinent arrangements of Laws of the State including IT Act 2002', he included.

In his grievance, Khajuria further expressed that the dissident tweet of Mehbooba Mufti is a 'Prompting to brutality' or 'Open issue' and falls inside ambit of Section 124-A RPC, under part VI of the RPC and therefore Section 196 of CrPC is pulled in.

Khajuria further expressed that as per the system set down under Sec 196 CrPC, the District Magistrate needs to document grumbling and upon the whine of District Magistrate, the Court will take awareness of offense under area 124-A RPC.

Khajuria said that being a well behaved resident, he had made a composed grumbling with applicable evidences to the District Magistrate Jammu on April 10, 2019. He likewise griped to the Chief Election Commissioner of India on April 15 to investigate the issue and implored that suitable move be made under Representation of Peoples' Act 1951 and other pertinent arrangements of laws of the State including Information Technology Act, 2002 and Model Code of Conduct (MCC) against Mehbooba Mufti. Be that as it may, nothing was done in such manner.

Khajuria spoke to the High Court that moment letter may mercifully be treated as a PIL and Action Taken Reports (ATRs) may benevolently be brought from ECI and District Magistrate Jammu, with the goal that standard of law is maintained.

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