A Delhi Court yesterday disposed of a plea filed by Naveen Kumar Jindal, BJP Spokesperson against Congress leader Rahul Gandhi for allegedly disclosing the identity of a 9-year-old minor rape victim who was allegedly gang-raped and murdered in Delhi Cantonment area.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday dismissed the criminal writ petition against BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra and ABP News, alleging a conspiracy hatched by them against innocent farmers, to implicate them as terrorists and hooligans by running fake news and propaganda on its news channel debate.
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 important PIL, which could have far-reaching implications on adoption rules, was placed before the Supreme Court in late August. It sought the removal of anomalies in the grounds for adoption and guardianship, to make them uniform for all citizens and also to make them gender and religion neutral.
A PIL has been filed in the Supreme Court seeking directions to declare Section 2(f) of the National Commission for Minority Education Institution Act 2004, as arbitrary, irrational and against the Articles 14, 15, 21, 29 and 30 of the Constitution.
BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra told newsmen: “Is phone tapping not a legal issue? Were the standard procedures laid down followed for phone tapping? The chief minister should answer if the state machinery was misused and if there is a veiled emergency in the state.”