The Madras Excessive Courtroom not too long ago disposed of a plea in search of instructions to respondents to print the picture of Nethaji Subash Chandra Bose on the Indian Currencies to fulfill the voices of individuals.
The Bench of Justice M. M. Sundresh noticed,
“Although we’re of the view that prayer as hunted for can’t be granted, one can not ignore the good sacrifice made by the good chief and the individuals, who served together with him.”
This order got here in a plea filed by one Okay. Okay. Ramesh in search of a path to the respondent No.1 [The State Union of India Rep. by its Principal Secretary to Prime Minister Prime Minister’s Office] to take acceptable steps in direction of the printing of pictures of the Nethaji Subash Chandra Bose on the Indian currencies to make the youthful technology to perceive and recognize his humane providers rendered in securing the independence of this nation.
The petitioner, who appeared in particular person, submitted that the illustration made dated 20th January 2021 could also be directed to be thought of accordingly.
Alternatively, G. Thalaimutharasu, the Counsel showing for the respondents 1 to 4, submitted that prayer as hunted for isn’t maintainable and it’s for the respondents to take a name.
The Courtroom remarked,
“We want not say something on the greatness of Nethaji, aside from the contribution made, which begins from his resignation from the coveted put up to the creation of Indian Nationwide Military. His contribution in direction of the Indian Freedom motion is unparallel.”
Lastly, the Courtroom additionally opined,
“Historical past of the nation must be informed and retold time and again for the posterity to recollect. Thus, retaining in view of the judicial constrain, we aren’t able to accede to the request made by the petitioner.
Nonetheless, the Courtroom did name upon the respondents 1 to 4 to think about the mentioned request made.
The writ petition stanood disposed of accordingly.
Case title – Okay. Okay. Ramesh v. UOI and others [W.P.(MD)No.1837 of 2021]