New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Tuesday directed the Delhi police to submit the papers relating to sanction for prosecution of Google India and other social networking sites for allegedly hosting objectionable contents.

While hearing a petition filed by journalist Vinay Ray, Justice Suresh Kait directed Delhi police counsel Navin Sharma to submit papers relating to the Central Government’s order for prosecution against 21 social networking sites by February 16.

Expressing disagreement with the social networking website companies, the counsel of the petitioner said, “It is a matter of mockery that the website owners are pleading for unable to remove such objectionable contents from the social gateway. If the science and technology can bring these matters on the networking forums then why can’t they be removed.”

Launching attacks on the Google, he said that objectionable contents are largely available on Google.

They are no less than a social networking sites as they also cater the explorer with the similar facilities as that of social sites. So, they can’t deny their role in spreading vulgarity on the international medium in the name of being a search engine.

These mediums are using science and tech for making money.