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The Supreme Court will decide whether to hear the issue of emergency imposed 45 years ago in Indira Gandhi government. (File photo)

94-year-old Veena Sarin has petitioned the Supreme Court to declare the Emergency imposed in 1975 unconstitutional. The court will decide whether it is feasible to hear the issue of emergency imposed 45 years ago in the Indira Gandhi government. The court has issued a notice to the Center and sought its response in this matter.

The Bench asked the question during the hearing of the petition that this petition emerged from the corridors of the past. Mr. Harish Salve, counsel for the petitioner, has said that the mistakes of history should be rectified under any circumstances. We ask Mr. Salve if the petitioners want any further relief. Salve incorrectly stated that the petitioners are not the main issue. On the aspect, we will not be ready to hear it again. It is not appropriate after 45 years to reopen it. However, we will see if it is okay to hear such a declaration after so long.

The petitioner said – Life lived in the misery of poverty and tortures
Veera Sareen said- I have filed this petition because I, my late husband and family have spent my life in the misery of poverty and tortures. Me and my husband were forced to leave the country for fear of being put in jail. During the Emergency, my husband was falsely accused of taking custody. Before the Emergency, my husband owned a precious stones business in Karol Bagh, Delhi.

If history is not rectified, it repeats itself- Harish Salve
Justice Kaul said that something had happened in history and 45 years later let us look at the issue. To this, Salve argued, “Perhaps this is the right time. You changed a decision 45 years ago. There is a need to improve the misuse of powers in history. What relief you give is a different issue. One At times, the country must know that fundamental rights were put on hold. ”

He said, “There are some things in history that we look at again and think that the right things should have happened.” This is such an issue. Crimes are still heard during the war. Sensitive issues related to gender. The rights of the new democracy were insulted for 19 months. If history is not rectified, it repeats itself.

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