Petition of Araria District and Sessions Judge Shashikant Rai challenging the suspension proceedings by the Patna High Court
The Supreme Court will hear on January 5 the petition of Araria District and Sessions Judge Shashikant Rai challenging the suspension proceedings by the Patna High Court.
Rai has claimed that he has been subjected to institutional discrimination as he completed the hearing in a day in a POCSO case of raping a six-year-old girl.
Apart from this, he has cited another case in which he had sentenced the accused to death in four working days.
Petition filed by Goa Congress chief Girish Chodankar
The Supreme Court will hear on January 5 a petition filed by Goa Congress chief Girish Chodankar.
Chodankar has approached the Supreme Court against the February 24, 2022 order of the Bombay High Court which upheld the order of the Speaker of the Goa Legislative Assembly.
The Speaker had dismissed disqualification petitions against 10 Congress members in 2017.
These Congress MLAs went over to the BJP’s side. In the Special Leave Petition (SLP) filed in the Supreme Court, Chodankar has argued that the matter requires the intervention of the apex court as the High Court’s decision would lead to political chaos and promote the evil of defection, which is a violation of the Tenth Schedule of the Constitution. It is against the very object of the (anti-defection law).
Case of contempt of the Supreme Court against famous comedian Kunal Kamra
The court will hear the case of contempt of the Supreme Court against famous comedian Kunal Kamra on January 5.
Explain that Kunal Kamra has refused to apologize for his tweets in response.
Kunal Kamra has said that just a few jokes will not reduce the respect of the judiciary in the eyes of the people.
People’s trust in the judiciary depends on the work of the institution itself, and not on criticism or comments made about the judiciary.
Please tell me that Kunal Kamra often comes into the headlines because of his tweets and videos.
Haldwani Railway land case
The Supreme Court will hear the Haldwani Railway land case on January 5.
This petition has been filed by 11 people including Sharafat Khan of Haldwani. Let us tell you that in the matter, railway notices have been issued to the encroachers.
The North Eastern Railway has issued a notice saying that the site should be vacated within 7 days, otherwise it will forcefully remove the encroachment.
The cost of the same will be recovered from the occupants. Encroachment is to be removed from about 78 acres of railway land from the Banbhulpura area on the orders of the High Court.
During this, about 4365 houses are coming under encroachment.
Petition filed by the West Bengal Election Commission against the Leader of Opposition in the West Bengal Legislative Assembly Suvendu Adhikar
The Supreme Court will hear on January 5 a petition filed by the West Bengal Election Commission against the Leader of Opposition in the West Bengal Legislative Assembly Suvendu Adhikari.
Explain that the State Election Commission appoints the supervision and conducting authority for the Panchayat elections.
The commission usually deploys state police forces to maintain security on the days of polling and counting.
The Supreme Court will hear on January 5 the contempt petition filed by the All India Judges Association against the Uttar Pradesh government.
The Supreme Court had ordered to increase in the salary of thousands of judicial officers working in subordinate judiciary including district courts of the country.
Which has not been followed by the Uttar Pradesh government. The Supreme Court had directed the implementation of enhanced pay scales for judicial officers following the implementation of the recommendations of the National Judicial Pay Commission.
Muthoot Group Chairman MG George Muthoot’s death case
The Supreme Court will hear on January 5 the petition filed in the Muthoot Group Chairman MG George Muthoot’s death case.
It is being told that 72-year-old MG George Muthoot had fallen down the stairs at his home, after which he was admitted to Escorts Hospital in Delhi.
According to the hospital, by the time he was brought to the hospital at 6.58 pm, he had died. Which is being investigated by the CBI.
MCD challenging the Ombudsman’s order on the CBI probe against its officials
The Delhi High Court will hear on January 5 a petition filed by the MCD challenging the Ombudsman’s order on the CBI probe against its officials.
The Lokpal had ordered a CBI inquiry against the officials of the corporation based on a complaint received regarding alleged unauthorized construction in the city.
Money Laundering Case Satyendar Jain
The Delhi High Court will hear on January 5 the bail plea filed by Satyendar Jain, lodged in Delhi’s Tihar Jail in connection with money laundering and corruption.
Satyendar Jain has sought bail in connection with the ED case registered under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) on September 30, 2017.
And has said in his petition that he is neither in a position to influence the witnesses nor tamper with the evidence.
He added that he is not even on the flight risk list.
Delhi Excise Policy case
10-In the Delhi Excise Policy case, all five people including Sameer Mahendru can appear in the Rouse Avenue Court.
The court had issued summons to all five taking cognizance of the chargesheet filed by the ED.
The Court had observed that based on documentary evidence produced, the five accused namely Sameer Mahendru, M/s Khao Gali Restaurants Pvt Ltd, M/s Babli Beverages Pvt Ltd, Indo Spirits and M/s Indospirit Distribution Ltd were directly or indirectly involved in concealing or concealing the proceeds of crime alleged.
involved in taking Sufficient grounds exist against all the five to proceed further, therefore, they are directed to issue summons to appear before this Court for the said offense and face the trial.
He said that an investigation is still going on against some persons and entities to ascertain the balance amount of the crime.
The five accused in the Kanjhawala case, Manoj Mittal, Deepak Khanna, Amit Khanna, Krishna, and Mithun, will be produced before Delhi’s Rohini court on January 5 after the police remand is over.
Recently, the court sent all five on police remand for three days. Delhi Police had told the court that many other facts have to be ascertained from all these.
Shraddha murder case
The judicial custody of Aftab Poonawala, accused in the Shraddha murder case, is ending on January 5. Will be presented in Saket court on 5th January.
Case registered against former Congress leader Sajjan Kumar in a Saraswati Vihar case
The Rouse Avenue Court will hear on January 5 the case registered against former Congress leader Sajjan Kumar in a Saraswati Vihar case during the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.
In the last hearing, the court issued notice to the then SHO of Sultanpuri for not reaching the court even after being summoned to appear in the Sikh riots case.
Co-accused Brahmanand Gupta was produced as a witness by the defense in this case.
In this case, two accused Peeriya Sansi and Kushal Singh have died.
Sajjan Kumar is in jail. Two accused Brahmanand and Ved Prakash are out on bail.