Petitioner asserts that it is a serious matter of concern to both democracy and rule of law because 43% of MPs have criminal cases against them. In turn, it causes irreversible harm to a noble profession, the public interest.
New Delhi (ILNS): A plea has been filed in the Supreme Court seeking direction to confiscate cent percent of Black Money, Benami properties and disproportionate assets of an accused person and stringent punishment should be awarded to them i.e. life imprisonment.
A new order of the apex court attempts to clean the rot in public life and punish politicians who have criminal cases against them. It is also time the Court protects witnesses who have testified against them.
A plea has been filed in the Supreme Court seeking directions to the Centre and the states to take appropriate steps to weed out corruption, black money generation and benami transaction and to improve India’s ranking in the Corruption Perception Index.
An application has been filed by four advocates in the Supreme Court seeking intervention in a special leave petition filed by Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay against an order of the Delhi High Court that dismissed his plea to control the population explosion in India.
The Supreme Court today (July 17) refused to entertain a public interest petition seeking uniform education with common syllabus and curriculum for all children aged between 6-14 years, across the country.
SC to hear plea seeking directions to the Ministry of AYUSH to develop standard Yoga protocol to enhance COVID resistance, in addition to customized Yoga Protocols to control most common diseases like diabetes, fever, infections and cardiovascular, respiratory and digestive diseases.
SC to hear plea seeking directions to the Centre to frame effective policy to prohibit the consumption, except for medical purposes, of intoxicating drinks and drugs which are injurious to health, in spirit of Article 47 read with Article 21, 38, 39, 46, and 51A of the Constitution of India.
A bench of Justice A. M. Khanwilkar and Justice S. Ravindra Bhat will hear the matter. The matter was listed previously on October 26, when, at the request of Senior Advocate Aryama Sundaram for the petitioners, the matter was adjourned for three weeks.