The Supreme Court will hear petitions filed against the Places of Worship Act, 1991, on November 14. In addition to the applications submitted in opposition to the law, Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind has filed a petition in support of the measure. The Places of Worship Act of 1991 states that all religious places must retain their status as of 15 August 1947. Many applications have been filed in the Supreme Court to challenge this. This law has been accused of violating fundamental and constitutional rights in several petitions.
Supreme Court will hear a petition seeking action against political parties that use religious names and symbols in their electoral insignia. Syed Wasim Rizvi, who converted to Buddhism, submitted the petition. During the last hearing, the Supreme Court granted the petitioner’s request to incorporate political groups as parties.
The Supreme Court will hear a petition seeking the registration of FIRs for “marital rape”. Anuja Kapoor, a lawyer, filed the petition, which was dismissed by the Delhi High Court. The petition asked the Center to make ‘marital rape’ a cause for divorce.
The Supreme Court will hear the NIA’s petition against the bail of terror funding suspect Vineet Agarwal on November 14. Vineet Agarwal was granted bail by the Jharkhand High Court, which found that the accused had supplied money to continue his business. As a result, they may be granted bail.
The Pet Lovers Association’s appeal will be heard by the Supreme Court on November 14. The Pet Lovers Association has petitioned the Supreme Court to establish guidelines for the handling of confiscated birds. This is because retailers that hire animals and birds do not have to face abuse every day. The petitioner, who has filed a PIL in the Supreme Court on behalf of the organisation, claims that some NGOs are harassing retailers needlessly because of a Gujarat High Court judgement. In such a case, the Supreme Court must clarify the legal position.
Supreme Court will hear a petition seeking dismissal of the rape case against Swami Chinmayanand Swamy. The former Union Minister of State for Home was charged with rape in Shahjahanpur by the victim girl.
A hearing will be place on a petition seeking to alter the Supreme Court’s judgement protecting extinct Great Indian Bustard birds. In an earlier hearing on the subject, the Supreme Court ordered that bird habitats in Rajasthan and Gujarat, as well as overhead electricity lines above ground, be retained underground whenever possible.
Supreme Court will hear a case of rule violations in the Corbett and Rajaji Tiger Reserve buffer zones. Gaurav Bansal, a Supreme Court advocate, brought this petition. The CEC is investigating the elevation of the Laldhang-Chillarkhal road.
Tahir Hussain, a former Aam Aadmi Party councillor, has petitioned the Supreme Court, which will hear it on November 14. Tahir was charged with a felony after a complaint was filed by Tejveer Singh. Singh had accused Tahir of instigating protesters who threw stones and petrol bombs at the ‘Bharat Vatika’ on Karawal Nagar Road.
The matter of linking movable and immovable property with Aadhaar will be heard by the Delhi High Court on November 14. The PIL requested that the Center and the Delhi government direct the linking of citizens’ movable property documents with Anadhyay’s unique code.
Dinesh Arora’s statement in the Delhi New Excise Policy scam case will be recorded on November 14. His application was filed in Rouse Avenue Court by the CBI. The court had asked if CBI had applied any pressure or threatened him to become a government witness.
The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on October 19 at 3:30 p.m. The hearing on the ED’s request to cancel Anil Tuteja’s anticipatory bail will resume on November 14. The ED has also requested that the case be transferred out of Chhattisgarh.
Delhi will hear the charges filed against Aam Aadmi councillor Tahir Hussain, who is involved in the rioting case. The court found that there was sufficient evidence to place Tahir Hussain under serious suspicion.
The Rouse Avenue Court will rule on bail applications filed by Hyderabad-based businessman Abhishek Boinpally and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) communications in-charge Vijay Nair in connection with the alleged Delhi Excise Policy scam on November 14. During the investigation into the Delhi Excise Policy scam, the CBI arrested businessman Vijay Nair, former CEO of event management company Only Much Louder, on September 27. He was arrested as part of an ongoing investigation into irregularities.