Luthra also referred to the West Bengal State amendment to Section 167 CrPC. He said that West Bengal is only State which allowed production of accused through video audio conference even before the Covid era. Luthra referred to 2(g).
The Calcutta bench recorded the submission of the Advocate for the High Court Administration that the toilets in the Bar Association as also the toilets, which are meant for litigants and other staff, are in a pathetic condition and need immediate remedial measures.
A single bench of Justice Arindam Mukherjee opined that the disputes over the premises, whether it be ownership, title or interest, cannot stand in the way of the petitioner getting a new electricity meter in her name, when the possession of the premises by her is admitted.
The Division Bench of Justice Sanjib Banerjee and Justice Hiranmay Bhattacharyya was hearing a petition filed by Biswanath Chowdhury alleging that a law college was established in another educational institute in contravention of Bar Council of India norms.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to provide any relief to the NGOs, which lost registration after the Centre said that extension of licence was only given to those NGOs, which filed applications for the same.