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Court Happening (16-12-22)

1-The Supreme Court will hear on December 16 the bail plea of ​​jailed Kolkata businessman Amit Agarwal.

In the last hearing, Ranjita Rohatgi, appearing on behalf of Amit Agarwal, had said that Rajeev Kumar, against whom Amit Agarwal had complained, has got bail, then why my client is not being given bail?

He has been arrested just because he complained about Rajeev Kumar. Please inform that the Jharkhand High Court has rejected the bail application of Amit Agarwal.

Along with this, the Jharkhand High Court has ordered the CBI to investigate the conspiracy of the cash case.

2- The Supreme Court will hear on December 16 the matter of banning OBC reservation (Other Backward Classes) in Madhya Pradesh.

This petition has been filed on behalf of Congress leader Dr. Jaya Thakur.

Let us tell you that on March 8, 2019, the Kamal Nath government of Madhya Pradesh increased the reservation limit for the OBC category from 14 to 27 percent through an ordinance.

3- The Delhi High Court will hear on December 16 the bail plea filed by student leader-activist Gulfisha Fathima in the 2020 Delhi violence case.

Fathima has challenged the trial court’s order that denied her bail in a case related to the alleged larger conspiracy behind the 2020 Delhi violence.

Fathima was arrested in February 2020 in connection with the violence in Northeast Delhi.

4-The Delhi High Court will hear on December 16 the bail application filed by JNU Sharjeel Imam in a case related to the 2020 Delhi riots.

Imam has been booked under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) in connection with the riots in northeast Delhi.

In these riots, 53 people died and more than 700 people were injured.

Violence broke out during demonstrations against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act and the National Register of Citizens.

5- The Patiala House Court will hear on December 16 the charge sheet filed against the banned organization Popular Front of India (PFI) and three of its members in a money laundering case related to illegal activities.

All the accused in this case will be produced on December 16. Apart from the Popular Front of India (PFI), Parvez Ahmed, Mohd Ilyas, and Abdul Mukeet have also been named as accused in the charge sheet.

The charge sheet from the ED states that the accused have disclosed that they have played an active role in cash donation on behalf of PFI and have played an active role in unaccounted cash laundering and legalization of PFI through unknown and dubious sources.



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