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Virendra Gahwai, Bilaspur. A PIL has been filed in the High Court regarding the Ramlala Darshan Scheme of Chhattisgarh Government. In the petition, the government's plan has been said to be against the secularism principle of the Constitution. The Division Bench of the High Court has reserved its decision in the case after hearing it.

Actually, the state government has started a scheme for the people of Chhattisgarh to have darshan of Ram Lalla. In which people are taken to Ayodhya Dham and brought back after having darshan of Ramlala. Petitioner Lakhan Subodh, a resident of Devrikhurd in Bilaspur district, has filed a PIL in the High Court demanding closure of this scheme, calling it against the provisions given in the Constitution. The petitioner told the court that India is a secular nation. Ramlala Darshan Scheme is contrary to the things and conditions contained in the Constitution. Arguing on secularism, he has urged to order the state government to close the scheme. The case was heard in the division bench of Chief Justice Ramesh Sinha and Justice Ravindra Aggarwal.

During the hearing of the case, the state government said that the Ramlala Darshan scheme has not been done on the basis of any religion or caste. This scheme does not differentiate on the basis of religion or caste. This is for the people of the state to visit. This scheme is beneficial for those poor people living in the state who are financially weak and who are not able to go on religious pilgrimage. They will reach Ayodhya for free and will return after having darshan of Ramlala. During the hearing of the case, it was said that this is a policy decision of the state government, on which the High Court cannot interfere.

Let us tell you that the plan of Ramlala Darshan is a decision of the cabinet of the state government. The court has reserved its decision in the case after hearing both the sides.