The Supreme Court on Friday declined to entertain a plea that sought the formulation of guidelines to protect Hinduism in India. [Daudhraj Singh v. Union of India].When the matter came up before a Bench of Justices Sanjay Kishan Kaul, Sudhanshu Dhulia and Ahsanuddin Amanullah, the Court was prompt to point out that the matter could not be entertained under Article 32 of the Constitution."How can you decide that what you propagate has to be followed by everyone else? Curriculum etc. is the government's work, not the court's. Dismissed," Justice Kaul said. .The plea was moved by one Dhaudraj Singh, who appeared personally to argue his case..The matter was earlier dismissed by the Supreme Court Bench of Justices Kaul and Manoj Misra in February this year, following which the petitioner moved the present plea to recall the order of dismissal..In the February 27, 2023 order, the Court had termed the plea "completely misconceived" and a "publicity interest petition.""The petition is completely misconceived predicated on the general observations that the Hindu religion is in danger and seeks protection from the Court. The petitioner alleges to be a social activist. It would squarely fit into the peg of a publicity interest petition and is accordingly dismissed," the order had stated..The petitioner's plea to recall this order was dismissed today.