"Vague, misconceived:" Madras High Court declines to entertain PIL to educate people of Tamil Nadu to show respect while referring to India

The case arose in the backdrop of debate over the CM's statement that Tamil Nadu will continue using "Ondriya Arasu", ("Union Government") in official communications instead of "Mathiya Arasu" ("Central Government")
"Vague, misconceived:" Madras High Court declines to entertain PIL to educate people of Tamil Nadu to show respect while referring to India
Madras High Court

The Madras High Court recently declined to entertain a public interest litigation (PIL) petition that had called for directions to educate the people of Tamil Nadu to respect India or Bharath while calling its name, adhering to how it is referred to in official records and in line with the values of patriotism and sovereignty. (T Ramasamy v. Union of India)

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