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Supreme Court Hearing (04-01-23)

1- The Supreme Court will hear on January 4 the petition filed against the decision of the Allahabad High Court in the local body elections case of Uttar Pradesh.

The High Court had canceled the reservation for backward classes. The Allahabad High Court had given instructions to declare the reserved seats for OBCs as normal and hold elections immediately.

Others including the UP government have challenged the Allahabad High Court’s decision in the Supreme Court.

Significantly, the Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court had canceled it while hearing the petition filed regarding OBC reservation.

2-The Supreme Court will hear on January 4 the petition filed for the premature release of the convicts of Bilkis Bano.

In her second petition filed in the Supreme Court, Bilkis Bano demanded to send all the convicts back to jail.

A review petition has also been filed on the Supreme Court’s decision to consider the 1992 policy in Gujarat on the release of convicts.

Explain that in May 2022, Justice Ajay Rastogi had ordered on the petition of a convict that the Gujarat government should release the convicts in the Bilkis Bano case under the 1992 release policy.

3-The Supreme Court will hear on January 4 the petition filed by senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramanian Swamy.

Subramanian Swamy has filed a petition in the Supreme Court demanding an inquiry into the irregularities committed by the officials of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI).

In the last hearing, Subramanian Swamy argued in the Supreme Court that in many cases of banking fraud, the role of bank officials was never investigated by the investigating agencies.

He gave the example of Vijay Mallya and other cases. Subramanian Swamy had said that the job of a risk manager is to assess the risk of a person before giving a loan, but he was never questioned in any case.

4-The Supreme Court will hear on January 4 a petition seeking the quashing of the FIR lodged against former SP leader Gayatri Prajapati in the gang rape case.

In the last hearing, Gayatri Prajapati’s lawyer had said that the accused in the case has been convicted.

Now, this petition does not make any sense, another petition in the matter is also pending in the High Court.

In the case of raping a minor girl in the Chitrakoot district of Uttar Pradesh, the court convicted the former minister and his accomplices.

5-The Supreme Court will hear on January 4 the petition of Amar Dubey’s minor wife in the famous Bikeru incident.

In this case, Congress Rajya Sabha member and senior Supreme Court advocate Vivek Tankha have filed a petition on behalf of Amar Dubey’s wife.

On July 2, 2020, the gang of notorious gangster Vikas Dubey attacked the police team that came to raid Bikru village of Chaubepur police station in Kanpur.

Eight police personnel including Bilhaur CO were martyred in this encounter.

After this, the police team killed seven miscreants of the gang including Vikas Dubey in an encounter.

6-The Supreme Court will hear on January 4 the transfer petition filed by SP leader Azam Khan. More than 80 cases are registered against Azam Khan.

Recently the MP/MLA court sentenced Azam Khan. SP leader Azam Khan was addressing an election rally in Rampur’s Milak assembly in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

At the same time, some objectionable and inflammatory comments were allegedly made.

Whose complaint was made by BJP leader Akash Saxena?

7- The Delhi High Court will hear the case of an Indian man and his three-year-old Ukrainian son on January 4.

The child’s mother had claimed that the child was illegally brought to India during the Russo-Ukraine war.

In the last hearing, Centre’s standing counsel Ajay Digpaul, appearing for the ministries of home and external affairs, had told the court that the man and his son had entered India on March 28.

At the same time, the woman had earlier told the court that she and her ex-husband were divorced.

8-The Rouse Avenue Court will hear on January 4 the bail application filed by Aam Aadmi Party leader Vijay Nair and businessman Abhishek Boinpally, who are stuck in Delhi’s liquor policy case.

During the hearing on the bail plea filed by Vijay Nair and Abhishek Boinapalli, the ED had said that we are going to file the charge sheet soon which will be related to the arrested accused.

The ED had said that by January 6, it would file a charge sheet against the arrested accused.

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