Meghalaya High Court’s Justice SR Sen ‘not fit to be judge,’ ‘how did Collegium select such person?’

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AIMIM President Asaduddin Owaisi has lashed out at Meghalaya High Court judge, Justice Sudip Ranjan Sen for his judgement claiming India should have been declared a Hindu country in 1947. Owaisi demanded strict and immediate action against him adding that he was not fit to be a judge. The MP from Hyderababd also question the Collegium how it had selected ‘such a person’ for the High Court’s judge’s post.

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Owaisi tweeted, “Judge should know . that Secularism is Basic Structure Of Constitution which his judgment has violated. Lordship should know Judgments are not shown to PM of the day. Not Fit to be Judge ,Sctt must start in-house proceedings. Collegium -How did they select such a person.”

Owaisi said that Justice Sen could not deliver such a verdict after taking oath of office on the book of constitution. Owaisi said that India could never become an Islamic country as feared by the judge in his verdict. He said, “India is a secular and plural country and will forever remain so. What kind of judgement is this by the Meghalaya High Court? Will the judiciary take notice? Will the government take notice? How attempts are being made to spread hatred in India.”

Social media users had compared Justice Sen’s controversial judgement to RSS literature while demanding his impeachment. In his judgement, Justice Sen had said that India should have become a Hindu nation in 1947 became public. Justice Sen said in his judgement, “Pakistan declared themselves as an Islamic country and India since was divided on the basis of religion should have also been declared as a Hindu country but it remained as a secular country.” He didn’t stop here. The 61-year-old judge said that he had faith in Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who he thought will do the needful to prevent India from being an Islamic country.

“I make it clear that nobody should try to make India as another Islamic country, otherwise it will be a dooms day for India and the world. I am confident that only this Government under Shri. Narendra Modiji will understand the gravity, and will do the needful as requested above.”

He then addressed his ‘beloved Prime Minister’ to bring a law to allow Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, Buddhist, Parsis, Christians, Khasis, Jaintias and Goras, who have come from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan to live in India peacefully. He wrote, “Therefore, I request our beloved Prime Minister, Home Minister, Law Minister and Hon’ble Members of the Parliament to bring a law to allow the Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, Buddhist, Parsis, Christians, Khasis, Jaintias and Garos who have come from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan to live in this country peacefully and with full dignity without making any cut off year and be given citizenship without any question or production of any documents. Similar principle should be taken to those who live in Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan. They may be allowed to come at any point of time to settle in India and Government may provide rehabilitation properly and declare them citizens of India.”

The judge also extensively quoted from books by self-proclaimed RSS pracharak and now Governor of Meghalaya, Tathagata Roy, (My People Uprooted: The Exodus of Hindus from East Pakistan and Bangladesh) and by Dr. Dilip Lahiri, a retired professor. He said, “After reading those books, it really pains and hurts me and therefore I feel that I will fail in my duty if it is not brought to the notice of the common people and Government of India.” He added, “I make it clear that nobody should try to make India as another Islamic country, otherwise it will be a dooms day for India and the world.”

Tathagata Roy has often courted controversy for bringing the office of Governor to disrepute with his astonishing comments. Last year, Roy had condoned the genocide of Rohingya Muslims at the hands of the Burmese military and Buddhist terrorists in Burma, also known as Myanmar.

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