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CJI Chandrachud considers TN to be a “stable state”, here’s why milord is wrong

“CJI Chandrachud considers TN to be a “stable state”, here’s why milord is wrong”, The Communemag, May 9, 2023:

““You have a stable state, the state of Tamil Nadu”, said Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud while hearing the plea of Bihar YouTuber Manish Kashyap, who was accused of circulating fake videos of migrant laborers being attacked in Tamil Nadu. 

This comes right after the MK Stalin-led DMK government stopped the screening of ‘The Kerala Story’ in Tamil Nadu a movie which has been approved by the censor board and the Kerala High Court. The ban came after Islamist organizations and fringe groups like Naam Tamilar Katchi painted an illusionary storyline to the movie and threatened to create ruckus at theatres screening the movie…”

Read the full article at Thecommunemag.com

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