New Delhi: By then we all speak a lot on the phone but you know there are some words that can be punished for speaking. Let us tell you that the Supreme Court has made arrangements to say that in any public places, speaking the word of caste to a non-scheduled caste or non-tribal SC / ST person on the phone will be a punishable offence.
A person found guilty can be jailed for a maximum of five years in accordance with the Supreme Court.The Supreme Court refused to deny the criminal proceedings in one such case and did not dismiss the FIR registered against the accused. A non-scheduled caste or non-tribal SC / ST woman called caste related bad words on the phone. Justice J. Chelameswar and S.K. Abdul Aziz, from Allahabad High Court, on August 17, refused to interfere in an order asking a person from Uttar Pradesh to dismiss the FIR registered by the woman.The court dismissed the plea of the accused saying that he must prove that he has not spoken to a public place on the phone with a woman. The lawyer of the accused Vivek Vishnoi argued that the woman was talking to two different cities on the phone with her client, so it should not be seen talking publicly. Let us tell you that many the cases have come to light some time ago in Moga similar case was reported.A woman admitted at Civil Hospital, Moga had accused the head of the managing committee of a religious place, who had been beaten up and accused of uttering bad words. According to information, Gurmeet Kaur wife of Baldev Singh village Dhaleke had told that, Hussan her son was passing his village in nearby farms near a religious place, when the chief of the place started beating her son.
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