Prashant Bhushan has put out a tweet, hurting Hindu sentiments in relation to the Ayodhya bhumi puja
Bengaluru: Prashant Bhushan is a so-called intellectual who preys on anti-Hindu sentiments.
He leaves no stone unturned in mocking the beliefs of Hindus.
Now, even as he faces contempt proceedings in the Supreme Court, he has put out a tweet, hurting Hindu sentiments in relation to the Ayodhya bhumi puja.
He wrote on his twitter account: "After Taali, Thali, candle, Papad, it's now the turn of Ayodhya temple to cure us from Covid!"
After Taali, Thali, candle, Papad, it's now the turn of Ayodhya temple to cure us from Covid! pic.twitter.com/QGmBdYYtZU— Prashant Bhushan (@pbhushan1) July 29, 2020
More on Prashant Bhushan’s unacceptable behaviour:
Prashant Bhushan has been in the dock for several of his tweets which express his disappointment over the top court. Well, disappointment is fine, but his reactions can also be taken as casting aspersions on the top court.
One of them is a tweet in support of Varavara Rao, an activist. In the tweet, as per a website, he had said that the accused in the Elgar Parishad case had been denied bail on several occasions and suggested that his death would be a case of ‘judicial murder’.
In another case, he had questioned Union minister Prakash Javdekar as he watched Ramayana during the migrant crisis. The top court had chided Prashant Bhushan for his remarks and added that anyone is free to watch anything he wants.
In relation to overcrowding of jails, Bhushan had filed a PIL in the top court, but the top court refused to hear it and asked him to approach high courts. The top court even warned him to withdraw his plea or else, he would be fined.
Even during the time when the migrant issue had hit the headlines, Bhushan doubted the top court. So one of the judges hearing the case even asked him as to why he approached the top court when he doesn’t trust it.
There are several other instances in which Prashant Bhushan has expressed doubts on the integrity of the top court as well as its judges.
Instances would be how he behaved when the top court refused to reopen Justice Loya case, or the top court refusing to have a relook into the Ayodhya case or Bhushan telling former CJI Ranjan Gogoi that he was acting like an agent of the Central government.
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Last Updated 29, Jul 2020, 2:07 PM