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Court Happening (14-12-22)

1- The Supreme Court will hear on December 14 the petition filed by Arvind Kejriwal, the convener of the Aam Aadmi Party.

The Supreme Court will hear on December 14 the petition filed by Arvind Kejriwal, the convener of the Aam Aadmi Party.

During the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, an FIR was lodged against Kejriwal for holding public meetings and taking out processions without permission at Gauriganj and Musafirkhana Kotwali and Sultanpur in Amethi district.

2- The Supreme Court will hear on December 14 the various petitions filed by gangster Lawrence Bishnoi.

The Supreme Court will hear on December 14 the various petitions filed by gangster Lawrence Bishnoi.

In the last hearing, the Supreme Court sought details of the number of FIRs registered against Vishnoi.

The petition filed by the Punjab Police said in the court that Lawrence Bishnoi is the main conspirator in the murder of singer Sidhu Moose Wala.

It may be known that Sidhu Moose Wala was shot dead on May 29 in Jawaharke village of Mansa district of Punjab by unknown assailants.

3- The Supreme Court will hear on December 14 the issue of prevention of videos in child abuse/harassment cases on the internet and social media platforms.

The Supreme Court will hear on December 14 the issue of prevention of videos in child abuse/harassment cases on the internet and social media platforms.

In the last hearing, the government and the intermediary companies told the court that they have taken necessary steps as per the directions of the Supreme Court issued in the year 2018.

Let us tell you that a petition was filed in the court by Bachpan Bachao Andolan, in which the concerned authority was asked to direct that the safety-related laws present in the Child Protection Bill should be implemented immediately.

4-The Supreme Court will hear on December 14 the bail application of Kolkata-based businessman Amit Agarwal, who is jailed for managing PIL by paying money.

The Supreme Court will hear on December 14 the bail application of Kolkata-based businessman Amit Agarwal, who is jailed for managing PIL by paying money.

Please tell that the Jharkhand High Court has rejected the bail plea of ​​Amit Agarwal.

Amit Agarwal has said in his petition that he was the complainant against advocate Rajeev Kumar in the extortion case and after his complaint and the trap laid by the Kolkata Police, Rajeev Kumar has arrested with Rs 50 lakh in cash. But the ED made him an accused.

5- The Delhi High Court will hear on December 14 the petition filed by Delhi Congress President Chaudhary Anil Kumar against the notification issued regarding the delimitation of wards for elections.

The Delhi High Court will hear on December 14 the petition filed by Delhi Congress President Chaudhary Anil Kumar against the notification issued regarding the delimitation of wards for elections.

Petitioner Chaudhary Anil Kumar has alleged in the petition that the ratio of the population has been ignored in ward delimitation.

The question has been raised on what basis the population of 40 thousand in one ward and 88 thousand in another ward was decided. It was also alleged that the delimitation was implemented without considering the suggestions and objections.

In this, the rules have been violated by isolating the Dalit and minority communities.

6- The Delhi High Court will hear on December 14 the petition filed against the Agneepath scheme.

6- The Delhi High Court will hear on December 14 the petition filed against the Agneepath scheme.

In the last hearing, the High Court had said that the Agneepath scheme for entry into the Indian Armed Forces has been prepared by a team of experts and it is not an expert to review the scheme.

The court said it was not even going to examine the plans governing the defense forces of other countries or comment on military strategy.

He had said that the government is saying that we want a youth army. That’s why experts have made this plan.

We (judges) are not experts… do we have to decide which is better? four years or seven years? It is not in our control.

7- The Delhi High Court will hear on December 14 the petition filed by E Abubacker, former president of the Popular Front of India.

The Delhi High Court will hear on December 14 the petition filed by E Abubacker, former president of the Popular Front of India.

The court is hearing Abubakar’s appeal against the trial court’s order refusing to release him on medical grounds.

He was arrested by the agency during its crackdown against the banned outfit.

8-The Delhi High Court will hear on December 14 the petition seeking protection of the monument Lal Gumbad located in Malviya Nagar, Delhi.

The Delhi High Court will hear on December 14 the petition seeking protection of the monument Lal Gumbad located in Malviya Nagar, Delhi.

In the last hearing, the court had asked the ASI what steps it had taken to remove the encroachment near Lal Gumbad.

The counsel for the petitioner had said that even after the order of the court, the ASI has not yet conducted the survey around Lal Gumbad.

Sudhir Gupta has filed a public interest litigation in the Delhi High Court.

The petition said that the Lal Gumbad, which was protected in 1918, is being encroached upon and many superstructures have come up around it.

9- The Delhi High Court will hear on December 14 a plea seeking to lift the stay imposed on the Chief Information Commissioner’s (CIC) directive on the disclosure of information related to corruption.

The Delhi High Court will hear on December 14 a plea seeking to lift the stay imposed on the Chief Information Commissioner’s (CIC) directive on the disclosure of information related to corruption.

IFS Sanjeev Chaturvedi has made this demand and has filed an application regarding the same. On July 29, 2022, the court stayed the CIC’s order dated November 25, 2019.

Along with this, a notice was also issued to Sanjeev Chaturvedi, who sought information on the main petition of the CBI.

This order of the CIC was challenged by the CBI.

10- After the expiry of the ED remand of Amit Arora, director of Buddy Retail Pvt Ltd, in the alleged Delhi Excise Policy scam money laundering case, he will be produced before the Rouse Avenue Court on December 14.

After the expiry of the ED remand of Amit Arora, director of Buddy Retail Pvt Ltd, in the alleged Delhi Excise Policy scam money laundering case, he will be produced before the Rouse Avenue Court on December 14.

Earlier, seeking remand, ED’s Special Public Prosecutor Naveen Kumar Matta had said that the accused destroyed digital evidence on a large scale to derail the investigation.

He is a manufacturer, retailer, and wholesaler.

He had one L1 (wholesale) license and two additional licenses.

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