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Supreme Court Hearing (10-01-23)

The Supreme Court will hear on January 10 the petitions filed between Uddhav Thackeray and Chief Minister Eknath Shinde regarding the political crisis in Maharashtra.

Let us tell you that on October 10, the Election Commission allotted the election symbol to the Uddhav and Shinde faction of Shiv Sena.

The Election Commission had given the torch symbol to the Uddhav Thackeray faction, while the Shinde faction got the ‘two swords and a shield symbol.

Former Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray’s faction Shiv Sena has been named ‘Shiv Sena-Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray’, while the Shinde faction has got the name ‘Balasahebchi Shiv Sena’.

The Supreme Court will hear on January 10 the matter of authority on the transfer-posting of officers in Delhi.

The Lieutenant Governor and Kejriwal are firm in the government regarding authority.

A hearing is also going on in the Supreme Court regarding this. In the year 2019, a two-judge bench of the Supreme Court gave a split verdict in this matter.

The matter was heard by a bench of Justice AK Sikri and Justice Ashok Bhushan. Justice Sikri had said that all executive powers in the capital would remain with the Delhi government.

Justice Ashok Bhushan also agreed with Justice Sikri on some issues, but the two judges differed on the issue of transfer posting, so the issue was referred to a larger bench.

The Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court will hear on January 10 the petition demanding more compensation to the Bhopal gas victims.

Organizations working for gas victims have made serious allegations of manipulation of figures on the state and central government.

The amount of Rs 25 thousand received as compensation to the Bhopal gas victims has been underestimated.

The purpose of the rectification petition filed in the Supreme Court is that the compensation amount should be fixed afresh.

The gas victims’ organization is also a petitioner in these petitions.

Rachna Dhingra of Bhopal Group for Information and Action said that Madhya Pradesh and the Central government are not presenting the actual figures of deaths.

The Supreme Court will hear the border dispute case between Assam and Meghalaya on January 10. An MoU was signed between Assam and Meghalaya for this agreement.

Which was stayed by the Meghalaya High Court during the hearing of a petition. Following this direction of the Supreme Court, the order of the High Court has stayed.

Solicitor General Tushar Mehta told the Supreme Court that when Meghalaya was carved out of Assam, some boundaries were decided politically.

He said that the Meghalaya High Court has put a stay on the MoU signed between Assam and Meghalaya to settle the border dispute.

On January 10, a mention may be made before the CJI regarding the demand for an early hearing on the petition filed for land subsidence in Joshimath, Uttarakhand.

Shankaracharya of Jyotish Peeth Swami Avimukteshwaranand has filed a petition on this issue.

In the petition, there has been a demand to assist the affected people, to get their property insured.

Apart from the Narasimha temple, the petitioner has also expressed apprehension about the destruction of ancient places associated with Adi Shankaracharya.

Filed by Swami Avimukteshwaranand Saraswati, the petition states that the incident happened due to large-scale industrialization and requests immediate financial assistance and compensation to the people of Uttarakhand.

The Supreme Court will hear on January 10 the various petitions filed regarding NRC.

This petition has been filed on behalf of Some Public Works (APW) and others.

The re-verification of 27 percent of names has been done by NRC state coordinator Prateek Hajela, which is a mystery.

No one knows whether they were 100 percent flawless. It is noteworthy that in the year 2009, APW had filed a petition in the Supreme Court demanding the removal of names of 41 lakh foreigners from the voter list and updating of NRC.

In response to the petition, the Central Government told the Supreme Court that the NRC is being updated since 1951.

The Supreme Court will hear on January 10 the petition filed for banning the collection of toll tax on the DND flyover connecting Noida and Delhi.

Noida Toll Bridge Company Limited (NTBCL) had approached the Supreme Court against the High Court’s decision but the court refused to grant a stay, rejecting the company’s plea.

People allege that the Noida Toll Bridge Company Limited (NTBCL), the company that built the flyover, has collected tax several times more than the cost involved in the construction of the flyover, yet tax collection continues here.

On the other hand, Noida Toll Bridge Company Limited said that according to the contract with the government regarding the maintenance of the road, it is still entitled to collect tax on DND.

The Supreme Court will hear the petition of NV Investment Holding LLC (Amazon) on January 10.

The petition challenged the June 13 order of the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLAT), which had upheld the Competition Commission of India’s (CCI) order quashing the share subscription agreement between Amazon and Future Coupons Pvt Ltd (FCPL). SSA) is postponed.

The Supreme Court has refused an early hearing on a petition by the Indian Olympic Association seeking recognition of Taekwondo.

The court will hear the matter on January 10, 2023. Explain that the Indian Olympic Association replaced the Taekwondo Federation of India, which was recognized by the international federation with India Taekwondo.

The Supreme Court will hear the petition filed by Venugopal Dhoot on January 10.

Venugopal Dhoot has filed a petition against the NCLAT order. Dhoot has claimed that the sale of Videocon Industries through the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code process could result in recovery of ₹25,000 crores for lenders if its overseas oil and gas assets are included in the sale.

The Rouse Avenue Court will hear the IRCTC scam case on January 10.

In the last hearing, senior advocate Maninder Singh, on behalf of Lalu Yadav, while arguing on the CBI charge sheet, said that the CBI has started a case against a public servant without permission, so the case should be completely dismissed. Singh said that the CBI had closed the case in 2012 after completing its investigation.

The Patiala House Court will hear the extradition plea of ​​Rajwinder Singh, accused in the 2018 murder case in Australia with a reward of Rs 5 crore, on January 10 at 2 pm.

Rajwinder has applied to the court and said to go to Australia to face the trial.

Which the court will hear on 10 January. In the last hearing, Rajwinder had told the court that he wanted to go to Australia to face the trial.

On which the court had said that you do not have a lawyer, so the court is not taking your statement on record.

The Australian government has appealed to extradite Rajwinder.

The protests were followed by the killing of Australia’s Toya Cardingley in October 2018.

Aftab Poonawala, accused in the Shraddha murder case, will appear in Saket court on January 10.

In the last hearing, the court had sent Aftab to judicial custody for 4 days.

Shraddha’s mitochondrial DNA report has confirmed a match between Shraddha’s hair and bone samples.

It was sent to Hyderabad for investigation.


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