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The petition was heard by the bench of Supreme Court Justices Sanjeev Khanna and SVN Bhatti.
The Supreme Court has rejected the petition to stop Pakistani artists from performing in India. The court told the petitioner – do not think so small. After the Uri attack in 2016, India had banned Pakistani artists for 7 years. This time limit has now ended (in the year 2023).
Cine activist Faiz Anwar Qureshi had earlier filed a petition in the Bombay High Court. After the petition was rejected there, he approached the Supreme Court. On the petition, the bench of Supreme Court Justice Sanjeev Khanna and SVN Bhatti said that we are not willing to interfere in the order of the Bombay High Court. You also should not put pressure on this appeal.
The Supreme Court also rejected the petition to remove some of the observations made by the High Court against the petitioner. The bench said that this is a good lesson for you.
Now know what the Bombay High Court said on the petition
This petition was rejected by the bench of Justice Sunil B Shukre and Justice Firdous P Pooniwala in the Bombay High Court. The bench had said that this petition is not worth hearing. People should understand that to be patriotic it is not right to have hatred for the people of the neighboring country.
Being a patriot means being dedicated to your country. Welcome activities that promote dance, art, music, culture, harmony and peace within the country and across borders. After this the petitioner challenged the High Court’s decision in the Supreme Court.
Now know what appeal was made in the petition
The petitioner had appealed to the court – You should direct the Central Government to impose restrictions on Indian citizens, companies, firms and associations to employ any Pakistani, allow Pakistani artists to perform in India, take any service of Pakistani citizens or run any organization. Ban on entry.
29 soldiers were martyred in Uri attack
On September 18, 2016, four terrorists attacked an army camp at 5:30 am in Uri, Kashmir. Within 3 minutes, the terrorists threw more than 15 grenades, in which 19 army soldiers were martyred.
All four terrorists were killed in army retaliation. In response to this attack, the Indian Army entered PoK and carried out a surgical strike on the night of 28-29 September. In this, 38 to 40 terrorists were killed.