On Saturday, Madras High court said that film actor Suriya will not face a contempt case over his comments against it when the three medical aspiring students committed suicide, a day before the NEET examination. The Madras High court called the actor’s comments “unnecessary and unwarranted” but ruled that there would be no contempt proceedings.
“The utterances by the cine actor are unnecessary and unwarranted for being ignorant of the manner in which the entire judiciary of this state has served the interest of it’s citizens he state has been serving during this pandemic” Madras high court said.
Earlier, Justice Subramaniam of Madras High court wrote a letter to Chief justice to initiate contempt proceedings against Suriya for his allegation against the judges who ordered students to write the NEET examination amidst this COVID 19 crisis.
In his press note against NEET, Suriya criticized the court which ordered students to write exam during this pandemic situation. “The court which is providing justice through “Video conferencing”, in the fear of losing life due to COVID 19 spread, ordering to students to go the centres and write exams without fear” he slammed.
Suriya gained a state wide support for his press release with hashtags such as “TN Stand With Suriya” trended in Twitter. Six former judges of Madras High Court too had written to the Chief Justice against contempt proceedings.
After the court ruled out the contempt proceedings, Suriya posted another tweet showing his respect to the high court of Madras. “I am deeply moved by the institutional magnanimity of the Indian judiciary. I have always held our judiciary in the highest esteem, which is the only hope for upholding the constitutional rights of our people. I’m humbled and inspired by the fairness and justice demonstrated by the honourable high court of the Madras.” Suriya wrote in his statement.
Check out his tweet below :
On seeing this tweet statement from him, Gayathri Raguramm of BJP party posted a tweet saying that it is a “warning” from court not “Justice”. She confronted Suriya by writing that Democracy should not be taken for granted. “It was a warning from court. Not justice. Democracy should not be taken for granted. Lies cannot be fed to the people.” Gayathri Raguramm wrote.
Here’s the tweet of Gayathri Raguramm :
It was a warning from court. Not justice. Democracy should not be taken for granted. Lies cannot be fed to the people. https://t.co/5ibn2m5L1o— Gayathri Raguramm (@gayathriraguram) September 18, 2020
This tweet from her triggered the fans of Suriya and many others. They started mocking her with the incident where she was accused of drunk and drive years back.
ஆதலால் இது போன்ற உண்மைகளை மட்டும் மக்களுக்கு சொல்லுவோம்👍— அஸ்வின் குமரன்🔥™ (@ashmonsterwin) September 18, 2020
15 lakhs is lie or fact pic.twitter.com/KrXJN7bllE— டெல்டா விவசாயி 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 (@Praveenoffici19) September 18, 2020
குடிச்சிட்டு கார் ஓடி மாட்டிய நீ எல்லாம் கதைக்க வந்திட்ட— கணபதி அய்யர் (@perumalpichaii) September 18, 2020
நீதிமன்றமாவது மயிராவது என்று நீங்கள் சொல்லும் போது, வார்னிங்காவது மயிராவது என்று நாங்கள் சொல்லுவோம்.— ஆளப்பிறந்தவன் ஆகச்சிறந்தவன் (@mskisforjustice) September 18, 2020
முதலில் நீதியை, நீதிபதிகளை, நீதிமன்றங்களை மதிக்க கற்றுக் கொள்ளுங்கள். பிறகு மானத்தமிழனுக்கு அறிவுரை கூறுங்கள்.
கோர்ட்டு, எச்சரிக்கை பத்திலாம் நம்ம கட்சி பேசலாமா. பொழுது விடிந்ததும், கோர்ட்டு போய் மன்னிப்பு கேட்டுட்டு இருக்கோம். இல்லனா வருத்தம் தெரிவிக்கிறோம்.— vijay (@vj_buddy) September 18, 2020
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