Bombay High Court refuses to ban Pakistani artists, schools petitioner on patriotism

Here we are sharing a piece of big news with you the Bombay High Court has led against a plea that aimed to ban Pakistani artists from working or performing in India. Since the news came on the internet it circulated on many social media platforms. Currently, this news has become a controversy as this news has left many questions in people’s minds. Now many people are searching for this news on the internet as they are curious to know about the whole information about the mews. Here we have more information about the news and we will share it with you in this article.

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The lawful petition started by Faaiz Anwar Qureshi- a self-professed cine worker and artist- urged that the Indian government ban any form of professional association with artists from Pakistan. The petition especially called for a ban on the employment, solicitation of work, or partnership with Pakistani cine workers, lyricists, musicians, singers and technicians by Indian citizens and companies. Currently, this news has been making headlines on the internet as many people want to know about the whole information. Scroll down to the next page for more updates.

According to the report, the split bench including Firdosh Pooniwalla and Justices Sunil Shukre categorically refused the petition. The Bombay High Court stated that such a move would be a backstep in fostering cultural harmony and unity, both within India and across its border with Pakistan. The court also found that patriotism is not verified by hostility towards foreign residents, especially those from neighbouring countries. A true patriot is a selfless person who is devoted to the reason of his country, which he can’t be unless he is a person who is good at heart. You are on the right page for more information about the news and we will share it with you in this article.

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As far as we know, PTI quoted it as expressing “A person who is good at heart will welcome any activity in his nation that promotes peace, harmony and tranquillity within the country and across the border. The court stated, “One must understand that to be a patriot, one market not be damaging to those from aboard particularly from the neighbouring country”. The court brought up the issue of Pakistan’s cricket team’s involvement in the current World Cup in India. Here we have shared all the information which we had. Stay tuned to us for more updates.

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