Petition filed regarding the sedition law
The Supreme Court will hear on February 6 the petition filed regarding the sedition law.
In the last hearing, the central government had defended it. It urged the country’s court to dismiss the petitions challenging it.
The Supreme Court is hearing petitions challenging the constitutional validity of this colonial-era sedition law.
The government told the Supreme Court, “A constitutional bench has already examined all aspects of Section 124A (sedition law) in the context of fundamental rights like the right to equality and right to life.”
15-year-old Muslim girl can legally and legally marry according to the Personal Law Board
The Supreme Court will hear on February 6 whether a 15-year-old Muslim girl can legally and legally marry according to the Personal Law Board.
The court is hearing a petition filed by the National Commission for the Protection of Child Rights and others.
Challenging the decision of the Punjab-Haryana High Court, the NCPCR has said that the age of 18 years has been fixed under the POCSO Act for having a physical relationship.
In such a situation, the decision of the Punjab Haryana High Court is against the law which does not allow the marriage of a 15-year-old girl.
On behalf of NCPCR, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta said that girls are being married off at the age of 14, 15, and 16.
Also Read: Special Interview Legal Legend K.K Manan: I didn’t get an offer to be a judge, but I really wanted to be one
Petition filed regarding Adani Enterprises
3-There will be a mention before the CJI of the Supreme Court on February 6, demanding an early hearing on the petition filed regarding Adani Enterprises.
This petition has been filed on behalf of Supreme Court lawyer ML Sharma.
The petition has sought an inquiry against US-based firm Hindenburg Research.
The shares of Adani Group have declined due to the Hindenburg report.
Sharma has sought action against Anderson and compensation for those who have invested in Adani group companies.
Bail plea filed by suspended IAS officer Pooja Singhal, accused in a money laundering case
The Supreme Court will hear on February 6 the bail plea filed by suspended IAS officer Pooja Singhal, accused in a money laundering case.
Earlier, Pooja Singhal had got one month’s interim bail from the Supreme Court for the treatment of her daughter.
The Supreme Court had given him a condition to stay out of Ranchi. ED is probing the MNREGA scam case in Khunti.
19 crores were found in Pooja Singhal’s CA house
The ED’s plea against Indiabulls
The Supreme Court will hear the ED’s plea against Indiabulls on February 6.
The ED has challenged the Delhi High Court order in the Supreme Court.
The Delhi High Court had quashed the ED probe against the company and said no coercive action should be taken against Indiabulls.
Case of assault and inflammatory speech with Kazim Ahmed Sherwani, a resident of Delhi, on the night of July 4, 2021, in Noida
The Supreme Court will hear on February 6, the case of assault and inflammatory speech with Kazim Ahmed Sherwani, a resident of Delhi, on the night of July 4, 2021, in Noida.
The petitioner told the court that he was attacked and abused based on religion.
He had said, “The gentleman is a Muslim, he has a beard. On July 4, 2021, he was going to his home from Noida.
Some people on the way said many things about his religion. He was beaten up and his money was taken away.
When he went to the police station to inform them about the incident, he had to go astray.
Also Read: Former Justice Mr. RS Sodhi on Collegium System, Uncle Syndrome, and Political Pressure in Judiciary
Bail pleas of Bhima Koregaon accused Vernon Gonsalves and Arun Ferreira
The Supreme Court will hear the bail pleas of Bhima Koregaon accused Vernon Gonsalves and Arun Ferreira on February 6.
The petitioners had approached the apex court against the 2019 order of the Bombay High Court which had denied them bail.
However, the court granted bail to Sudha Bhardwaj, another co-accused in the case. Later, he filed a review petition in the Bombay High Court but the petition was dismissed.
Petition filed by the West Bengal Primary Education Department against Tapas Mandal and others in the Bengal teacher recruitment scam
The Supreme Court will hear on February 6 the petition filed by the West Bengal Primary Education Department against Tapas Mandal and others in the Bengal teacher recruitment scam.
Please tell that ED has already told the court that Kuntal has embezzled more than 30 crores in recruitment corruption.
The ED claims that Kuntal is trying to mislead the investigation by giving a lot of information to the officials.
Petition filed by World Cup-winning Indian captain Kapil Dev
The Supreme Court will hear on February 6 the petition filed by World Cup-winning Indian captain Kapil Dev.
Kapil Dev has filed a petition in the Supreme Court demanding animal welfare laws following the news of a pregnant stray dog being lynched in Delhi last year.
Four students of the Don Bosco Technical Institute in southeast Delhi were arrested for allegedly lynching a pregnant stray dog.
Also Read: Anti-corruption Crusader and former Law Minister Shanti Bhushan passes away
Petitions filed in the case of Amrapali Group’s projects
The Supreme Court will hear on February 6 the various petitions filed in the case of Amrapali Group’s projects.
The petition was filed by advocate ML Lahoti, appearing for the home buyers.
He had said that there was a need to set up a new bench to hear the complaints of home buyers.
The court, in its July 23, 2019 judgment, had cracked down on the erring builders for breach of trust reiterated by the home buyers.
The court had ordered the cancellation of Amrapali Group’s registration under real estate law RERA and ousted it from prime properties.
Petition filed regarding the recruitment of employees in the district courts of Madhya Pradesh
The Supreme Court will hear on February 6 the petition filed regarding the recruitment of employees in the district courts of Madhya Pradesh.
The case was going on in all the district courts of Madhya Pradesh challenging the reservation provision related to the recruitment of 1,255 posts.
The petition was filed by 22 candidates belonging to the OBC women and differently-abled category.
The Supreme Court was told in the petition that the reservation provisions have not been followed in recruitment to 1,255 posts of steno and assistant grade in district courts, in which meritorious candidates from the reserved category have not been selected.