The Major complaint of the residents of the Karumkalisolai (2nd Party who are Hindu) against the 1st party (Non Roman Catholic) to the Police is the1st party was congregating without getting the license. At the same time, the 1st party also made a complaint against the 2nd party in this case. They were disturbing the 2nd party without any proper reason. the 2nd party warned and caused fear to the 1st party. In these circumstances, the Police composed both complaints and filed the case against them.
FoRB violation – Manifestation: worship, observance, practice, teaching; Discrimination
According to the First party’s objection, the 1st and 2nd parties’ complaints were not of the same content. and the cause of action of this case also differs from each one and both were disputed parties of this case. So cannot comprise both complaints together and filed the action in the same case is not relevant. The Rule that “Persons of opposite factions involve public disturbance cannot be tried together as per the 81 of Criminal procedure code was highlighted in this case.
Both Parties made an application before the court willing to maintain the peace and settle this matter. Court ordered that the case be terminated as per the application.