Personally I disagree with the SC decision on Saribmala Court.
Justice Rohington Nariman of course knew it. He is the head priest of Bandra Agiyari. Yet when it came to similar restrictions in Sabarimala he gave a different verdict. He preached what he does not practice. He is a crooked bigot. He backstabs Hindus who protected Parsis.
— Rajesh Kumar Singh🇮🇳 (@Neelnabh) October 24, 2018
I hadn’t heard of Justice Nariman, the only famous lawyer I knew about in India is the Sindhi chap of whom Vidhi is particularly proud of.
At any rate I googled him a bit further and immediately stumbled on this drivel:
I’m sufficiently woke enough to spot humble bragging and the below is as good an example of it as one can find:
“There is no caste in the mother country of my religion. But here, we have it. It doesn’t matter there, where you are born, but here you have to take birth in a priestly family to become a priest. I couldn’t have become a priest, if I was not born in a priestly family,” Justice Rohinton Nariman said.
A quick google search of Caste in Sassania yielded this: