1-The Supreme Court will hear on December 9 the petition filed in the case of provocative speeches given by politicians.
In the last hearing, the court had made oral remarks saying that the claim of the petitioner may be correct that there is a need to ban inflammatory speeches as they are vitiating the atmosphere in the country.
Petitioner Harpreet Mansukhani has alleged that government officials are not taking any action against such speeches. The petitioner argued that provocative speeches are being made to make India a Hindu nation ahead of the 2024 general elections.
He said that inflammatory speech has become a business of profit.
2-The Supreme Court will hear on December 9 the petition filed by Delhi riots accused Sharjeel Imam.
Sharjeel Imam has filed a Special Leave Petition in the Supreme Court, challenging the Delhi High Court’s order terming him as the ‘main conspirator’. Sharjeel has demanded an interim stay on this order.
3-The Supreme Court will hear on December 9 the petition filed for non-compliance of the order of the Supreme Court regarding police reform by the state governments.
According to the petitioner, even after 26 years, all those directions of the Supreme Court have not been fully implemented by the governments.
The most important thing in this is to end political interference in the posting, transfer and work of police officers. This is one of the major reasons for the shortcomings in the functioning of the police.
4-The Supreme Court will hear on December 9 a petition filed by the Pet Lovers Association seeking directions from the Supreme Court on the procedure to be followed for confiscated birds.
The person who filed a PIL in the Supreme Court on behalf of the Association says that due to an order of the Gujarat High Court, shopkeepers are unnecessarily harassed by some voluntary organisations.
In such a situation, it has become necessary that the Supreme Court should clarify the legal position.
5- There will be a hearing in the Supreme Court on December 9 on the demand for an early hearing on the petition filed regarding the violence during the Rampur by-election in Uttar Pradesh.
The petition has been filed on behalf of an advocate, Suleman Khan. It has been said in the petition that there has been violence in the Rampur by-election. No action has been taken on this. According to the petitioner, he too has been a victim of violence.
6-The Supreme Court will hear on December 9 the petition seeking to fill the vacant posts in the Kolkata bench of the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT).
In the last hearing, the court had extended the tenure of one judicial member and one administrative member till new appointments were made.
According to the government, a proposal to appoint 17 administrative members across the country has been submitted to the Appointments Committee of the Cabinet.
7-The Supreme Court will hear on December 9 the petition filed by e-commerce company Amazon against the order of the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT).
The Appellate Tribunal had upheld the Competition Commission’s decision to suspend Amazon’s approval to invest in Future Group.
The NCLAT had on June 13 dismissed Amazon’s plea challenging the Competition Commission of India (CCI) order. Earlier, the CCI in its order had suspended the approval of Amazon’s deal with Future Coupons.
The NSLAT also ordered Amazon to deposit within 45 days a penalty of Rs 200 crore imposed on the e-commerce company by the Competition Commission of India.
8-The Supreme Court will hear on December 9 a petition seeking directions to the Supreme Court for arranging medical facilities for lawyers practicing in the Supreme Court and members of the Supreme Court Bar Association.
This petition has been filed on behalf of Supreme Court lawyer Reepak Kansal. The petition has sought permission to treat SCBA members at the CGHS hospital located in the Supreme Court complex.
Along with this, a demand has also been made to set up the said medical center in the Supreme Court premises with all the facilities.
9- The Delhi High Court will hear the Center and social media platforms on December 9 over the circulation of an ‘erotic’ video involving a lower court judge.
In the last hearing, the court had banned the circulation of the video.
The High Court, while passing the interim order, had said that in view of the sexual nature of the video and the possible harm to the privacy of the plaintiff, a stay on the basis of ex parte hearing was necessary.
10-The Rouse Avenue Court will hear on December 9 the accused Sameer Mahendru, arrested in Delhi’s liquor policy case.
The ED has filed a charge sheet in this case. It is noteworthy that Sameer Mahendru is a liquor baron and owner of Indospirits. The ED had also raided Mahendru’s house earlier this month in connection with money laundering cases.
Earlier, Sameer Mahendru was a CBI witness in a 2013 case.
11-The Rouse Avenue Court will hear the case of Delhi Government Minister Satyendar Jain on 9th December.
Let us tell you that, Delhi’s AAP government minister Satyendar Jain was arrested by the ED in May this year in the case of alleged money laundering. Since then he is in Tihar Jail.
Recently, the alleged video of Satyendar Jain also went viral. Regarding which it was alleged that the minister gets massage done in the jail and he gets special treatment in the jail.