Kochi : One’s faith should not hurt another’s faith stated High Court. In observance to Rehana’s controversial facebook posts against Hinduis, the Court sought an explanation why she wants to visit Sabarimala. The Court made the comment while considering Rehana’s anticipatory bail.
The Rahana pleaded to the court to grant anticipatory bail, for the case against her, by the Pathanamthitta police, in connection to her visit to Sabarimala. The court asked her, is she a believer in Hinduism, while considering her request.
Rehana declared that she followed the ritual and abstain, before her visit to Sabarimala. She pursued the “Tatwamasi” concepts before visiting the temple. On the other hand, the prosecution has pointed to the proofs of Rehans’s social media posts, that hurts the religious sentiments. Following which, the Court postponed making a conclusion on anticipatory bail.