AP, HC judgement against Hindu sentiments

via HK published on August 6, 2006

PrologueLast year a Patna High court issued an order against a proposed compound wall for a Muslim mosque. The next day a huge mob gathered and attacked the court virtually taking the judge hostage. Later on request of the judge and to keep the communal harmony the judge was transferred and the mosque was granted the permission to build the disputed compound wall.


Hyderabad:Presently the Muslims of Andhra mostly live on encroached lands. They don’t have proper documents for the lands they live on. Most of these have been passed down over generations.

The High Court has banned the ‘Ganesh Nimmajjana” at the Husain Sagar citing pollution of drinking water. Everyone knows that over 750 irrigation tanks on the Husain Sagar serve for irrigation purpose only and not for drinking water. Probably what prompted thi decision was the fact that almost all these said land and tanks are on encroached Muslim property.

Instead of worrying about pollution from a festival that happens once a year, the government and court needs to look into the possibilities of removing the people of these encroached lands and stop the illegal factories and chemical industries that is creating a medical hazard in this area.


 Over 10 million people celebrate the festival in Andhra and has become a symbol of Telegu culture. 



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