Don't be selective: SC warns petitioners over mob lynching and cow vigilantism plea

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 16 April 2024
The Supreme Court directed petitioners to include all mob lynching cases, ensuring unbiased coverage. The court emphasized universal relief sought and deferred the hearing on rising vigilantism post-summer vacation. Hearing the plea filed by the women's federation, the bench also asked the state governments to responds within six months regarding the mob lynching and cow vigilantism cases.

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