A bench Supreme Court said that the suo motu extension of limitation period will stand withdrawn with effect from October 1, 2021. The Court observed that as the COVID-19 cases have come down and indicated that a buffer period of 90 days will be given with effect from October 1.
The plea filed in Supreme Court by Ramdev seeks a stay on proceedings in multiple FIRs lodged against him in various states over his remarks on allopathy criticizing doctors on their treatment of Covid-19 cases..
Considering the threat of the Delta Plus variant, the Full Court (Delhi High Court) has resolved to adopt a policy of wait and watch and to act cautiously, particularly in view of the loss of precious lives of judicial officers, advocates, and court staff.
On June 1, the board had cancelled the CBSE class 12 board examination amidst the continuing upsurge in covid-19 cases across the country. The apex court had expressed its satisfaction regarding the Central government's decision to cancel the class 12 board exam.
The Board exams in class X and XII stuck down the domination, monopoly, highhandedness, imperiousness, favouritism, nepotism by the private school management, whereas unfortunately, because of surge of Covid-19 cases, the physical/offline examinations for class X Board has been cancelled,
The intervenor stated that panchayat elections were held between April 15 and 29, when the surge in Covid-19 cases were happening, and its results were declared on May 2. Thousands of UP government employees and teachers were assigned election duty.
The Delhi High Court will today take up a petition, which seeks directions from the Court to decongest Delhi Prisons in the wake of the recent surge in Covid-19 cases in the national capital and also prays for mandatory RT-PCR testing for prisoners and inmates of the jails.