"Should have tolerance for all:" Allahabad High Court rejects PIL alleging harassment while transporting meat, liquor in Mathura

The Court said that allegation that State Authorities were harassing consumers of meat, liquor and eggs while transporting the same into the restricted wards of the city, was merely a bald and sweeping statement.
Allahabad High Court
Allahabad High Court

The Allahabad High Court recently dismissed a public interest litigation (PIL) petition which claimed that State authorities were harassing meat, liquor and egg consumers in the wards of Mathura Vrindavan that were notified as "Holy Place of Pilgrimage” [Shahida v State of UP]

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