A Public Interest Litigation (PIL) has been filed before the Calcutta High Court taking exception to the statements made by actor Prakash Raj and renowned author Arundhati Roy against Hindu Community and calling Central government a "Hindu Fascist Enterprise" [Mita Banerjee vs Twitter].A division bench of Chief Justice TS Sivagnanam and Justice Hiranmay Bhattacharyya was moved by advocate Mita Banerjee highlighting the interview given by Roy to an international news channel in June 2023."The author Roy gave an interview to Al Jazeera in June this year and said India has become a Hindu Fascist Enterprise. How can she say such things that too on a channel like Al Jazeera, which is a mouth piece of terror outfit Al Qaeda, which is run by Osama Bin Laden," advocate Banerjee told the judges. She further pointed out that actor Prakash too made similar statements on social media platform Twitter now X. "These are responsible citizens of our country yet they have made such comments. These statements have hurt our sentiments. We Hindus aren't fascists. In fact, we are taught since childhood that if we protect our Dharma, our Dharma will come to protect us, like Rama, Krishna etc. Thus, we seek a direction for removing their statements from social media platforms including Twitter," the advocate added. She further said that both Roy and Prakash cannot call the Indian government a Hindu Fascist Enterprise as it enjoys the mandate of majority of the population. .While hearing the submissions, the bench noted that the petitioner has failed to make an effective service to respondents. "You probably do not know it's no more Twitter but now it is X. Please make an effective service and then come back," the bench told the petitioner while adjourning the case.