The pettion filed by the Delhi Consumer Cooperative Wholesale Store Karamchari Union sought formulation of relevant provisions with respect to employment of existing employees being affected by the New Excise Policy of Delhi government
The plea was filed in Delhi High Court by All India Bhrashtachar Virodhi Morcha, a registered NGO challenging various amendments brought about by Delhi Government in the New Excise Policy for 2021-2022.
The beggars and vagabonds roam in public places, including markets, traffic signals and public places, posing a risk to other citizens and becoming carriers for the spread of Covid-19 virus, said the petition
The plea filed in Delhi High Court contended that it is an obligation of the Government to look after the effective implementation of the provisions of The Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989
The plea, filed by Delhi Prosecutors Welfare Association, sought direction to the government to create and make appointments to Additional Public Prosecutors (APPs) and also send a proposal for the creation of two such posts in each fast-track and POSCO court
The petition in the Supreme Court has been filed by Delhi Police, challenging the bail granted by the Delhi High Court to the student activists, accused of being involved in the larger conspiracy that lead to riots in the national capital in 2020, under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Amendment Act
The plea sought quashing of the New Excise Policy as being ultra vires of Article 14 of the Constitution, and a direction to the Delhi Government to frame an Excise Policy in compliance with law, so as to prevent monopoly and cartelization
The plea averred that the policy facilitated monopolistic cartel, while debarring the non-super-rich from entering into the competition. It enabled the licensee to recover taxes from the public and non-payment of the same to the Government.
In case the petitioner is not satisfied with the fixation of MRP by the Commissioner and wishes to withdraw from the tendering process within three days of MRP being fixed, the respondents shall refund the entire earnest money deposit made by the petitioner in respect of bid, said the Delhi High Court