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Supreme Court said- Do not dig up the past, it will create enmity; Petition related to naming commission rejected

Pankaj Prasad
Supreme Court
Supreme Court

A petition was filed in the Supreme Court demanding the constitution of this commission to find out the original names of ancient religious places.

The Supreme Court on Monday dismissed a petition seeking formation of a naming commission. A petition was filed in the court demanding the constitution of this commission to find out the original names of the ancient religious places.

In which it was said that a naming commission should be constituted to find out the original names of historical and cultural religious places of the country and to remove the names of the invaders from their present names. It was also said in the petition that the Supreme Court should direct the Archaeological Department to publish the old names. 

The bench said that it will revive those issues which can create ruckus in the country. While giving the verdict, the bench said that the history of the country should not be disturbed by its present and future generations. Court said, Hinduism is not a religion but a way of life. There is no fanaticism in this religion. Don't dig up the past that will only create enemies. 

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