1-The Supreme Court will hear on November 29 the petitions filed by Shiv Sena’s rival groups in connection with the Maharashtra political crisis.
A three-judge bench of the Supreme Court had said that a larger constitution bench may be required to consider certain issues related to the political crisis in Maharashtra.
It also asked Maharashtra Assembly Speaker Rahul Narvekar not to take any action on the fresh disqualification notices issued against Shiv Sena members. Various petitions filed by both the factions of Shiv Sena are pending before the apex court.
2-The Supreme Court will hear on November 29 the petition filed against the release of 11 convicts in the Bilkis Bano case.
The petition has been filed on behalf of women’s organization – ‘National Federation of Indian Women’, among others. The National Federation of Indian Women, through its petition, has said that the Gujarat government’s decision to prematurely release the convicts is completely arbitrary.
In this petition, there has been a demand to immediately cancel the order of the release of the culprits of the Gujarat government. In the petition, a demand has also been made to re-arrest all the 11 convicts and send them to jail.
3-The Supreme Court will hear on November 29 the case of trees cut in Mumbai’s Aarey Colony. On August 5, the Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation Limited (MMRCL) told the Supreme Court that no trees have been cut in Aarey Colony since October 2019.
On August 24, the court directed MMRCL not to cut trees. The Supreme Court had said that strict action will be taken if the directive is violated.
4-The Supreme Court will hear on November 29 the petitions filed against the ‘Jallikattu’ sport of Tamil Nadu and the bullock cart race of Maharashtra.
In these petitions, the laws related to these sports of Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra Government 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 in the matter.
5-The Supreme Court will hear on November 29 the recommendation for the cultivation of genetically modified mustard.
The petition has been filed on behalf of anti-GM activist Aruna Rodrigues. The petition, filed through advocate Prashant Bhushan, states that GM farming is harmful to the environment and biodiversity.
On the other hand, many voluntary workers, farmer organizations and beekeepers have protested after GM mustard got approval from GEAC. In 2012, the committee constituted by the court gave a recommendation against GM crops.
6- The Supreme Court will hear on November 29 a petition demanding Ukraine to complete its medical course education in India due to the Ukraine-Russia war.
In a previous hearing, ASG Aishwarya Bhati told the Supreme Court that out of a total of 15,783 Indian students enrolled in Ukrainian medical universities, 14,973 are attending online classes, which are being conducted by the universities.
A total of 15,783 Indian students are enrolled in various medical universities of Ukraine, out of which 14,973 students are attending online classes conducted by the respective medical universities of Ukraine, and 640 students are receiving offline education in Ukraine, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare said in the affidavit. are.
7-The Supreme Court will now hear on November 29 the petition filed regarding the delimitation of Jammu and Kashmir.
In the last hearing, the central government had said that it wanted to file some more documents in the matter. On this, the court had allowed the government to file additional documents.
The petition has challenged the government’s decision to set up a Delimitation Commission for the redrawing of assembly and Lok Sabha constituencies in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir, terming it as a violation of constitutional provisions.
8-The Delhi High Court will hear on November 29 the petitions filed in connection with the anti-CAA violence at Delhi’s Jamia University.
On the same day, the matter of protest against CAA will also be heard.
9-The Karkardooma court will hear on November 29 the appeal of Umar Khalid, who is seeking interim bail to attend his sister’s wedding.
Khalid says that during this time he will not do any such act, which will threaten the law and order, but in its reply filed in Karkardooma Court, Delhi Police says that his going out can spread unrest in the society.
The decision to release him on interim bail would be wrong. The court is hearing on this.