The number of daily cases was substantially lower now. Fortunately, the vaccine program is rolling out from next week and press reports show large-scale arrangements for the vaccination, the Judge said, adding the plea has served its purpose.
Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva said the District Magistrate should pass an order asking the protesters to shift in the wake of the DDMA order. It also said that if the order is not complied with by protesters, then the police can take action in accordance with the law.
Deputy CM Manish Sisodia had filed a criminal complaint against Tiwari and others for allegedly making false allegations of corruption to the tune of Rs 2,000 crore with regard to the construction of classrooms in a government school.
On Thursday, the Delhi High Court asked Advocate Gautam Narayan appearing for Delhi Police to seek instructions and make arrangements as protesting is a right but it might be problematic to protest in a residential colony.
In the petition, Sanjay Singh had pleaded to quash the defamation case filed by Shiromani Akali Dal leader Bikramjit Singh Majithia. Along with this, demand for exemption from personal appearance was also rejected by the High Court.
The Court passed the directions and suggestions while it was hearing the plea filed by Rakesh Malhotra seeking increase in the COVID-19 testing numbers in the national capital and getting speedy results
Supreme Court upholds Uttar Pradesh government's decision increasing cut-off marks for 2019 recruitment of 69,000 Shiksha Mitras, aggrieved Shiksha Mitras may compete in the next recruitment examination.
At one time, it was said that political parties like the Congress were being excessively advised by lawyers at the expense of politics. Now power politics dominates. The law is only there to be observed in the breach