1 – The Supreme Court will hear the petition filed against the extension of the tenure of the ED director on November 11. The petition has been filed by Jaya Thakur, general secretary of Madhya Pradesh Mahila Congress Committee. It has been said in the petition that the Supreme Court’s order to not give further extension to Sanjay Mishra has been violated. It has been alleged in the petition that the central government is using its investigative agencies against the Congress party president and office bearers. Congress leaders are being harassed in the name of investigation to suppress the voice of the opposition in the spirit of political malice which is not good for democracy.
2 – The Supreme Court will hear a plea relating to the protection of the Shivling allegedly found in the Gyanvapi mosque on November 11 . A new bench will hear the matter. Earlier in May, the Supreme Court had ordered to preserve the area and the order expires on November 12. Earlier in its order, the bench had directed the concerned district magistrate to ensure that the place inside the mosque where the ‘Shivalinga’ is reported to be found, remains safe. However, the bench ordered that this should not restrict the right of Muslims to offer their prayers.
3 – The Supreme Court will hear the plea of Asaduddin Owaisi seeking cancellation of bail of the accused in the attack in Hapur district during the UP assembly elections, on November 11. Owaisi has sought cancellation of bail of Sachin Sharma and Shubham Gurjar, the main accused in the attack. AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi and his convoy were fired upon by both the accused Shubham and Sachin at Hapur toll plaza during the campaign for the UP Assembly elections 2022. Owaisi narrowly escaped in this attack. In the case, the police had registered a case of 307 and filed a charge sheet in the court.
4 – The Supreme Court will hear the petition of Amar Dubey’s minor wife in the famous Bikaru case, on November 11. In this case, Congress Rajya Sabha member and senior Supreme Court advocate Vivek Tankha has filed a petition on behalf of Amar Dubey’s wife. On July 2, 2020, the gang of notorious gangster Vikas Dubey attacked the police team that came to raid in Bikru village of Chaubepur police station in Kanpur. Eight police personnel including Bilhaur CO were martyred in this encounter. After this, the police team had killed seven gangsters including Vikas Dubey in an encounter.
5 – The Supreme Court will hear the bail application of Union Minister Ajay Mishra’s son Ashish Mishra in the Lakhimpur Kheri violence case, on November 11. Ashish Mishra challenged the Allahabad High Court’s decision to cancel the bail in the Supreme Court. Eight people were killed in the violence that took place on October 3, 2021, during a farmers’ protest against the visit of Keshav Prasad Maurya, Deputy Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh. Following this incident, angry farmers allegedly thrashed the driver of the vehicle and two BJP workers. A journalist was also killed in that violence.
6 – The Supreme Court will hear the case of migrant labourers on November 11. In the last hearing, the court had said that migrants play an important role in the building of the country, so their rights cannot be ignored. The court had also said that the welfare schemes prepared by the central government should reach as many migrant workers as possible.
7 – The Supreme Court will hear the issue of non-availability of cheap drugs and vaccines of similar generic nature on November 11. The PIL filed by advocate Reepak Kansal states that despite the National Health Policy for the use of generic drugs and vaccines, which is basically a policy to ensure the health security of the country, it was not implemented properly. . “As a result, people below or slightly above the poverty line do not get medicines at the time of need,” the bench noted the contention.
8 – The Supreme Court will hear the petition filed by the Aam Aadmi Party regarding the Delhi Municipal Corporation elections on November 11. AAP has made the Central Government, State Election Commission and MCD as respondents in its petition.
9 – The Supreme Court will hear the matter of BCCI vs Cricket Association of Bihar and Ors on November 11. In the last hearing, Senior Advocate Shri ANS Nadkarni, appearing for the Bihar Cricket Association, argued that an application has been filed seeking permission to implement the proposed amendments and the elections were held on the basis of the unamended Constitution.
10 – The Supreme Court will hear a petition seeking a stay on the massive illegal construction being carried out near the grave of Afzal Khan in Pratapgarh in Satara district on November 11. According to the information, the tomb (mausoleum) of Afzal Khan in Pratapgarh was built by Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj himself after he was killed. Initially this tomb was in a space of few feet but later this tomb was beautified and 19 illegal rooms were made by encroaching on one acre land of forest department.
11 – The Supreme Court will hear the petition filed by Subramanian Swamy in the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) case on November 11. In this case, former BJP MP Subramanian Swamy, questioning the amendments, has demanded the Supreme Court to allow him to present his arguments on the matter. It is to be known that in its Annual General Meeting (AGM) in 2019, the BCCI had amended the Constitution without the permission of the Supreme Court and filed an application in the Supreme Court to implement it.
12 – The Supreme Court will hear the petition filed by Noida Authority CEO Ritu Maheshwari on November 11. In fact, the Allahabad High Court had issued a non-bailable warrant against Ritu Maheshwari as she did not appear before the court in the contempt case. He approached the Supreme Court challenging this non-bailable warrant and sought interim relief.
13 – The Supreme Court will hear on the case of Siswan Bazar Municipal Council of Maharajganj district of Uttar Pradesh on November 11 . In the petition filed, a legal question has been raised whether the election of Siswan Bazar Municipal Council held in the last of March will be considered as a by-election or not. In the Supreme Court, the Allahabad High Court’s decision of October 12 has been challenged in which the High Court had quashed the notification to start the process of delimitation for conducting the elections of Siswan Bazar Municipal Council along with other municipalities of the state.
14 – The Delhi High Court will hear the petition filed for the adoption of a newborn daughter (Sita) on November 11. She was found buried in a pot under the ground in the City crematorium on October 10, 2019. Sita, who was found buried in the ground, was treated for 45 days in the hospital of Dr. Ravi Khanna. After recovering, she was ordered to be sent to Warne Baby Fold by the CWC. Kara completed the process of adoption of Sita by the Malta couple. Former MLA Pappu Bhartaul complained to the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) alleging bias against Kara. NCPCR asked the DM to investigate the matter and submit a report.
15 – The Patiala House Court will deliver its verdict on November 11 on the regular bail plea filed by Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandez in the money laundering case. During the hearing in the court, Jacqueline Fernandez has accused the Enforcement Directorate of harassing her. Along with this, he said that all the allegations against him are baseless. The lawyer of the actress said that Jacqueline herself surrendered in this case and the court has also granted her interim bail.
16 – Rouse Avenue Court will hear on the money laundering case related to RJD MP Amarendra Dhari Singh on November 11. . ED has registered a case under PMLA. Amarendra Dhari Singh has 1 thousand bighas of land in Aikhan village and he also runs a real estate business. Along with this, he also has a business of importing fertilizers and chemicals in 13 countries. The CBI had registered a case few days ago regarding the fertilizer scam. This action has been taken by the Enforcement Directorate based on the same.