HC grants interim approval to Udupi woman for holding prayer service at residence


HC grants interim approval to Udupi woman for holding prayer service at residence

07:24 PM Dec 25, 2021 | Team Udayavani |
Bengaluru: The Karnataka high court (HC) granted interim approval to a woman for holding prayers at her residence.
The lady from Udupi, Esthela Louies has questioned the police notice issued to her in the court.

She claimed that the notice by the Karnataka police on October 26 has violated her fundamental rights. She prayed before the court that she has been conducting prayers since 11 years at her residence. The police stated in their notice that she was holding gatherings without police consent and license and it was a violation of law. The police had asked her to submit documents in this regard.

Considering her plea, a bench headed by Justice Krishna S Dixith, permitted Esthela Louies to hold service meetings. It also instructed her not to disturb the neighbours. She was also asked to honour the condition that police personnel are free to make audio and video recordings of service meetings.

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