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1- On November 24, Supreme Court will continue hearing the petition demanding the setting up of a collegium-like system for the appointment of the Chief Election Commissioner.

On November 24, the constitutional bench of the Supreme Court will continue hearing the petition demanding the setting up of a collegium-like system for the appointment of the Chief Election Commissioner.

During the hearing, Justice KM Joseph said, for example, the Election Commissioner has to take any step against the Prime Minister, but if the commissioner is weak, he will not be able to take any step.

Here I am talking about the PM hypothetically only for example. The commissioner should be independent, and impartial.

For this, he must be selected from the body rather than just the cabinet. Political leaders keep talking Yes, but nothing happened at the ground level.

2- A five-judge constitution bench is likely to hear on November 24 the ongoing dispute between the Center and the Delhi government over the legislative issue relating to the scope of administrative services and executive powers in the national capital.

The Supreme Court had on May 6 transferred the issue of regulation of services in Delhi to a constitution bench.

The Supreme Court had said that some limited issues related to the control of services should be resolved by the Constitution itself, so such issues are looked into by the Constitution Bench, in which all the statutory questions will be dealt with in detail.

3- The Supreme Court will hear on November 24 the petition filed by Sanjay Singh, a Rajya Sabha member from the Aam Aadmi Party.

In the petition filed in the court, there has been a demand to cancel the FIR registered against him in Uttar Pradesh under various sections. There is also a case of sedition registered against him in Uttar Pradesh.

4- The Supreme Court is likely to hear the demonetization case on November 24. The central government announced demonetization in the year 2016.

Under this, a decision was taken to cancel currency notes of 500 and 1000 rupees in the country.

Appeals were filed in the Supreme Court against this decision. First of all, Vivek Naran Sharma challenged the central government’s decision of demonetization by filing a petition in court. Since 2016, 57 more petitions have been filed against demonetization.

5- The Supreme Court will hear the Aarey Colony case on November 24.

In the last hearing, the court had said that no tree would be cut in Aarey Colony.

The court had asked the Mumbai Metro to strictly follow this.

The top court had directed the Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation Limited (MMRCL) to strictly adhere to its promise of not cutting any trees in Mumbai’s Aarey Colony and warned of strict action for any violation.

6- The Delhi High Court will hear on November 24 the petition challenging the land use of the park near AIIMS.

In the last hearing, the Delhi High Court issued notices to the DDA, LG, Ministry of Environment and Forests, and Climate Change.

The petition has demanded the cancellation of the proposed amendment in the Master Plan 2021.

The petition challenges the modification of land use of the park near AIIMS, West Ansari Nagar Campus-Zone. The petition said that the park is a place to sit under the shade of a tree for the relatives of the patients, residents of nearby areas, passengers, and visitors.

7- The Delhi High Court will hear on November 24 a plea seeking to put in place a proper mechanism to periodically examine e-commerce platforms and ensure compliance with various laws relating to the display and packaging of products.

The Court is hearing a PIL seeking a direction to the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food, and Public Distribution to display details like MRP of the product, GST number, name of the manufacturer, details of the seller including the country of origin of the product To be done

8- The Patiala House Court will hear the case of Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandez on November 24.

Let us tell you that the Patiala House Court had granted regular bail to Jacqueline Fernandes in the Rs 200 crore fraud case involving thug Sukesh Chandrasekhar.

Let us tell you that recently the Enforcement Directorate (ED) filed its second supplementary charge sheet in which it named Jacqueline Fernandez as an accused.

9-The Tis Hazari court will hear on November 24 the petition seeking a stay on the release of the film ‘Adi Purusha.

On November 24, the court will consider whether this petition is maintainable or not.

Petitioner’s lawyer Raj Gaurav has said in the petition that the way Lord Ram and Hanuman are depicted in the film’s teaser hurts the sentiments of Hindus.

The petition has demanded that the teaser of the film be ordered to be removed from all social media platforms.

10- The Rouse Avenue Court will hear on November 24 the petition filed by Delhi government minister Satyendar Jain against the ban on raw fruits and vegetables, lodged in Tihar Jail in a money laundering case.

In this matter, the court has sought an answer from the jail authority. The court asked the jail authority to tell whether Satyendar Jain’s diet was stopped or not. What diet is being given to Satyendar Jain even in jail?

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