Allahabad High Court division bench while hearing a Special Appeal filed by Shaijad Khan has upheld the order of the Single Judge given in the matter to issue appointment letters to the Gram Rojgar Sevak.
The Bombay High Court has recently observed that simply because offences have been registered against the family members of a licensee, it is not sufficient reason to revoke the license of the petitioner.
The National Green Tribunal took cognizance of the matter on the basis of a media report appearing in The Indian Express dated 12.07.2021 titled “Six killed in factory fire: Owner held, raids on to nab second accused”.
A petition was filed in the Gujarat High Court, challenging the order passed by the District Magistrate, Gir-Somnath on May 12, 2021, whereby the petitioner was treated as ‘a cruel person’ and detained under the Gujarat Prevention of Anti Social Activities Act, 1985
It is not open for the Insurance Company to challenge the decision of the District Magistrate and claim that judicial review is open against the decision of the District Review Committee, as the Insurance company was privy to the agreement, the Court observed
The National Green Tribunal has issued directions to the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change's (MoEF&CC) Regional Office, Chandigarh, the Chief Secretary, Haryana, Environment Department, Haryana and the District Magistrate, to take remedial action against illegal mining by DSP Associates, Sonipat by diverting the natural flow of the river.