The Madras High Court Monday recommended a temple activist to stay away from making any posts or comments on social media for at least two weeks and also imposed a fine of ₹2,000 on him for using “unsavoury words" against an industrialist..A bench of Justices J Nisha Banu and N Mala said that those who claim to be “protectors of Sanatan Dharma,” should be wary of using unsavoury language. “We recommend the respondent (Narasimhan) to detox from social media platforms for at least two weeks in the fond hope that he will realise the importance of maintaining decency and decorum on social media platforms,” it said..The Court was hearing a contempt of court petition filed by industrialist Venu Srinivasan claiming that the respondent Rangarajan Narasimhan had continued to make disparaging remarks against him on social media despite a specific restraint order passed by the Court last year.Srinivasan pointed out two specific posts made by Narasimhan on X (formerly Twitter). The bench went through the posts and noted that one of those was apparently objectionable and had used several unsavoury words including the Tamil word ‘vesi’ that is used to refer to a sex worker..“A person who claims to be a rakshak of Santana Dharma should not use unsavoury words such as Vesi, which refers to sex workers, on social media platforms. We cannot but object to the use of the word Vesi for it admittedly refers to sex workers. Use of such unpalatable words cannot be encouraged,” the Court said while imposing fine on him.