Category: Judiciary

सुप्रीमकोर्ट जी! कृपया1947 के पीड़ितों की व्यथा भी मंगवा लीजिये

दूसरों को नुक्सान पहुंचा कर इडब्लूएस को १०% आरक्षण नहीं :सुप्रीम कोर्ट

दूसरों को नुक्सान पहुंचा कर इडब्लूएस को १०% आरक्षण नहीं :सुप्रीम कोर्ट

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ओए झल्लेया!सुप्रीमकोर्ट का हथौड़ा उठ गया।ओये सभी हाईकोर्ट ने सर्वोच्च न्यायालय को अवगत कराया है कि मुल्क में जन सेवा के नाम पर संसद और विधान सभाओं में पहुंचे पूर्व और वर्तमान माननीयों पर 4442 आपराधिक मामले लम्बित है
इनमें से ढाई हजार मामले तो वर्तमान माननीयों पर ही चल रहे हैं।ओए अब ये सभी बेनकाब हो जाएंगे
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Prashant Bhushan Sentenced To Pay ₹ 1 in Contempt Case

(New Delhi)Prashant Bhushan Sentenced To Pay ₹ 1 in Contempt Case
Supreme Court on Monday imposed a token fine of Re 1 on activist-lawyer Prashant Bhushan in a contempt case, which will have to be paid by September 15.
Chronology of events is as under
Jun 27: Bhushan tweets about undeclared emergency in the country and the role of the Supreme Court and last four chief justices of India.
Jun 29: Bhushan tweets about Chief Justice S A Bobde trying a Harley Davidson super-bike in his hometown Nagpur during the coronavirus outbreak.
Jul 22: SC initiates contempt proceedings against Bhushan after taking note of a complaint filed by a lawyer in this regard; issues notice to him.
Aug 14: SC holds Bhushan guilty of criminal contempt for his both tweets ‘against the judiciary’.
Aug 24: Bhushan files a response refusing to apologise to the SC while hearing argument of point of quantum of sentence.
Aug 25: Attorney General K K Venugopal urges SC to let Bhushan off the hook.
SC once again asks Bhushan to apologies. He refuses.
SC reserves judgment on Bhushan’s sentencing.
Aug 31: SC imposes fine of Re 1 on Bhushan, to be paid by September 15; default to lead to 3-month-jail term, debarment from practice in the apex court for 3 years.

पायलट ने अदालत में दी चुनोती;विधायकों को अयोग्य करार देने संबंधी नोटिस

(जयपुर) पायलट ने अदालत में दी चुनोती;विधायकों को अयोग्य करार देने संबंधी नोटिस
बागी विधायकों को विधानसभा की सदस्यता के लिए अयोग्य करार देने को लेकर विधानसभा अध्यक्ष द्वारा जारी नोटिस को सचिन पायलट खेमे ने राजस्थान उच्च न्यायालय में चुनौती दी है। अदालत इस याचिका पर बृहस्पतिवार दोपहर में सुनवाई करेगी।
विधानसभा अध्यक्ष द्वारा पायलट सहित कांग्रेस के 19 विधायकों को भेजे गए इस नोटिस पर न्यायमूर्ति सतीश चन्द्र शर्मा की अदालत में सुनवाई होगी।
कांग्रेस ने विधानसभा अध्यक्ष से शिकायत की थी कि इन 19 विधायकों ने कांग्रेस विधायक दल की बैठकों में शामिल होने के पार्टी के व्हिप का उल्लंघन किया है, इसके बाद विधानसभा अध्यक्ष ने मंगलवार को सभी को नोटिस जारी किया।
पायलट खेमे के विधायकों का कहना है कि पार्टी का व्हिप सिर्फ तभी लागू होता है जब विधानसभा का सत्र चल रहा हो।
जिन लोगों को नोटिस भेजा गया है उनमें विश्वेन्द्र सिंह और रमेश मीणा भी हैं। अशोक गहलोत के खिलाफ बगावत को लेकर सचिन पायलट के साथ इन्हें भी कैबिनेट से बाहर का रास्ता दिखा दिया गया था।
साल 2018 के विधानसभा चुनाव के बाद कांग्रेस द्वारा अशोक गहलोत को मुख्यमंत्री बनाए जाने के बाद से ही सचिन पायलट कुछ नाराज चल रहे थे।
राजस्थान की 200 सदस्यीय विधानसभा में कांग्रेस के पास 107 और भाजपा के पास 72 विधायक हैं

Punjab Govt to Knock High Court Against School Fee During Lockdown

(Chd,Pb) Punjab Govt to Knock High Court Against School Fee During Lockdown
The Punjab Government will file a Letters Patent Appeal (LPA) in the High Court this week against the decision of a single judge in the matter of payment of school fee during the lockdown period.
A single judge of the High Court had, on June 30, ruled that all the schools were entitled to collect tuition fee irrespective of offering online classes during the lockdown.
In her ruling, Justice Nirmaljit Kaur had said all schools, whether they offer online classes during the lockdown period or not, are entitled to collect the tuition fee. However, the court ruled, the schools will continue to endeavour and impart online/ distance learning so education is not adversely impacted due to the present or future lockdowns imposed due to the pandemic.

Arnab Gets Clean Chit From Bombay High Court

(Mumbai)Bombay High Court suspends two FIRs against Arnab Goswami
The Bombay High Court on Tuesday suspended two FIRs lodged against Republic TV Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami for his alleged provocative and inflammatory comments on the Palghar mob lynching and gathering of migrant workers outside Bandra railway station amid lockdown.
In an interim order, a division bench of Justices Ujjal Bhuyan and Riyaz Chagla noted that prima facie, no offence was disclosed against Goswami and he had not intended to cause public disharmony or incite violence.
Goswamis counsel Harish Salve argued that the Congress party orchestrated multiple FIRs against Goswami across the country and told the court that such cases require balancing of free speech and criminal law.
Senior counsel Kapil Sibal and Raja Thakare, appearing for the Maharashtra government, had opposed the petition and said a journalist has the right to freedom of expression, but does not have the right to declare that a person was killed only because he was of a particular religion.
Sibal and Thakare had read out transcripts of the two news shows and said there was a clear attempt to incite communal violence.

Vijay Shanker to Serve as Associate Judge on the Columbia (Appeals)

Vijay Shanker to Serve as Associate Judge on the Columbia (Appeals)
Vijay Shanker serves as Senior Litigation Counsel in the United States Department of Justice, Criminal Division, and as Deputy Chief of the Appellate Section. Before joining the Department of Justice in 2012, Mr. Shanker was in private practice with the Washington, D.C., offices of Mayer Brown, LLP, and Covington & Burling, LLP. Upon graduation from law school, Mr. Shanker served as a law clerk to Judge Chester J. Straub on the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. Mr. Shanker earned his B.A., cum laude, from Duke University and his J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law, where he served as a Notes Editor for the Virginia Law Review and was inducted into the Order of the Coif.

Air India Unions File Writ in HC Against Pay Cut: Pandemic

(Mumbai)Air India Unions Challenge in HC: Pay Cut due to Pandemic
Air India employee unions have moved the Bombay High Court against the airline’s decision to slash allowances, which form a major part of salary, by ten per cent because of the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Air India Aircraft Engineers Association, All India Service Engineers Association and Indian Pilots Guild filed a writ petition in the high court earlier this week against the national carrier and its subsidiary Air India Engineering Services Ltd.
The petition, filed through advocates Jane Cox and Karishma Rao, said that on March 20, Air India announced 10 per cent deduction for three months from the allowance package of all employees except the cabin crew on account of the impact of coronavirus outbreak.
The plea pointed out that on the same day the Union government issued an advisory asking all private and public firms not to reduce salaries or sack employees due to the pandemic.
The petitioners had also written to the Ministry of Civil Aviation protesting against the deduction but they were to receive any response, the plea said.
The court is likely to hear the matter next week.

Make Judiciary an Essential Service: Kapil Sibal

(New Delhi) Make judiciary an essential service: Sibal
Congress leader Kapil Sibal on Saturday urged the judiciary to declare a plan to ensure that justice delivery system is made an essential service, noting that people were facing hardships due to restricted functioning of courts during the coronavirus lockdown.
He said the government cannot take such a decision as the judiciary is independent.
The Congress leader, who was addressing an online press conference, said people do not know where to go to seek justice during the lockdown.

109 Undertrials Released on Bail From Naga Jails:Covid Boon

109 Undertrials Released from Naga Jails:Covid Boon
As per Supreme Court’s directions 109
undertrial prisoners were released from 11 jails across the state decongesting the jails in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak
The jails in the state have a capacity to accommodate 1,450 prisoners and housed 537 people before the undertrials were released

HC Refuses Bail Saying Accused Is Safe in Jail

(Mumbai)HC Refuses Bail Saying Accused Is Safe in Jail
The Bombay High Court on Thursday refused to grant temporary bail to an accused, saying it can not allow him to be released and put him at the risk of contracting coronavirus.
The situation in jail was much better than that in the city of Mumbai, Justice G S Patel observed while hearing a bail plea filed by Jitendra Mishra, a murder accused who is lodged in Taloja prison in Navi Mumbai for the last 18 months.
Mishra, a resident of suburban Ghatkopar, had sought temporary bail citing the pandemic.
“You (applicant) have no idea what is happening in the city. The jail authorities are better equipped than the municipal authorities outside, especially in Worli Naka (central Mumbai).
“Worli Naka is in a mess,” the judge said.
The high court further said that it was aware of the direction given by the Supreme Court that wherever possible prisoners should be released, but it also needed to consider the situation in the city.
Refusing to grant bail to Mishra, the court said the application be listed for hearing before a regular court which will resume after lockdown is over.
As of Wednesday, Mumbai had reported over 700 coronavirus cases