The Delhi High Court on Wednesday refused to hear a PIL filed in which a statement by actor-turned-politician Kamal Haasan, and election to prevent the use of religion The demand was given to the Commission. Significantly, Hassan said referring to Mahatma Gandhi's assassin Nathuram Godse, "The first militant of independent India was a Hindu." A bench of Justice GS Sistani and Justice Jyoti Singh said that the BJP leader filed by Ashti Upadhyay The court can not consider the petition because Hassan has given this statement outside the jurisdiction of this court. although, The court told the commission that he will take a quick decision on Upadhyay's memorandum in the case of Hasan's recent remarks.
This petition has been filed by Upadhyay and has demanded the cancellation of the registration of the parties for the "misuse" of religion and for contesting election candidates for election benefit. Advocate Upadhyay has alleged that Hasan has made this statement by making "intentionally" between the crowd of Muslim community for the election benefit of Hassan. It has been said in the petition that the People's Representation Act (RPA) Under section 1951, it is clearly a misconception. Hassan, the president of Makkal Nidhi Maiyam Party, had told Nathuram Godse, the killer of the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi, Azad, India's first "Hindu extremist" in an election rally in favor of a candidate of his party on Sunday.
This bye election is being held in Arakkuru assembly constituency and on May 19, the votes will be cast. In the petition, he said that according to the Model Code of Conduct, no party or candidate can be involved in such activity so that there is a difference between caste and communities. It has been stated in the petition that despite the alleged use of religion for the benefit of Hassan by the Election Commission, the Election Commission has done nothing in this regard so far.