1- The Supreme Court will hear on November 23 the various petitions filed regarding hate speech.
During the last hearing, the court had said that most of the hate speech is on media and social media, where is our country going? TV anchors have a big responsibility.
TV anchors don’t even give time to the guest, so why is the center silent in such an environment?
2- The Supreme Court will hear on November 23 the petition filed by the All India Football Federation.
In the last hearing, the court said that several objections were received regarding the draft constitution of the football federation, AIFF. Tabulate the objections raised to the draft prepared for the constitution.
So that the constitution can be finalized. Let us tell you that Nationalist Congress Party leader Praful Patel was the chairman of AIFF for almost 12 years and he was not ready to step down from his post.
3- The constitution bench of the Supreme Court is likely to hear on November 23 the issue of euthanasia and the right to die with dignity.
The constitution bench is going to hear it again to resolve some questions related to euthanasia.
4- The Supreme Court will hear on November 23 the petitions filed against the ‘Jallikattu’ sport
The Supreme Court will hear on November 23 the petitions filed against the ‘Jallikattu’ sport in Tamil Nadu and the bullock cart race in Maharashtra.
In these petitions, the laws related to these sports of the Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra governments have been challenged.
The Tamil Nadu government’s counsel urged the apex court to hear Jallikattu (bull-taming sport) after the winter vacations as a compiled report has to be submitted on the matter.
5-The Supreme Court will hear the Unitech case on 23 November.
The Supreme Court will hear the Unitech case on 23 November. Recently, the Noida Development Authority filed an affidavit in the Supreme Court saying that Unitech Builder is the biggest defaulter of the Noida Development Authority.
Unitech builder owes Rs 9,678 crore to the authority. Between 2006 and 2011, Unitech builders were allotted 5 plots.
The builder deposited only the minimum amount with the authority. After this, the builder has not deposited any installment with the authority.
6-The Supreme Court will hear on November 23 a petition challenging the election of DMK leader Kanimozhi Karunanidhi
The Supreme Court will hear on November 23 a petition challenging the election of DMK leader Kanimozhi Karunanidhi from the Thoothukudi parliamentary seat in Tamil Nadu in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
Kanimozhi had contested from the Thoothukudi constituency in 2019 and her election was challenged by a voter, A Sanathan Kumar. The voter had pointed out that Kanimozhi had not mentioned her husband’s PAN number in her election affidavit while disclosing family assets.
7-The Supreme Court will hear on November 23 the petition seeking the release of Asaram Bapu
The Supreme Court will hear on November 23 the petition seeking the release of Asaram Bapu, who is jailed for rape, citing old age and illness as the reason.
In the petition filed in the Supreme Court, Asaram has pleaded for bail for better treatment citing his deteriorating health and illness.
By filing an application in the Supreme Court, Asaram has said that the way the trial is going on against him on a serious matter, he does not think that the trial against him will ever end.
8-Delhi Waqf Board case
AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan and 10 others to appear in Rouse Avenue Court on November 23 in the Delhi Waqf Board case.
The case pertains to the allegations of recruitment against the rules in 2016 on all the posts of the Delhi Waqf Board. Khan was then the chairman of the Delhi Waqf Board.
The probe agency alleges that Khan, in criminal conspiracy with other accused, made appointments to the Waqf Board CEO and other posts on a contract basis, which were arbitrary and against the law.
The charge sheet also accused Khan and Alam of misusing their official position to make those appointments.
9-The Rouse Avenue Court will hear on November 23 the plea filed by Delhi government minister Satyendar Jain
The Rouse Avenue Court will hear on November 23 the plea filed by Delhi government minister Satyendar Jain against the ban on raw fruits and vegetables, lodged in Tihar Jail in a money laundering case.
Jain has said in the petition that stopping the basic things of food and drink during religious fasting is like torture inside the jail.
He said that he is not allowed to have a ‘Jain diet’ and visit the temple on the jail premises.