The Delhi High Court said it will hear the petition post vacations where a plea is filed by the actress Juhi Chawla against the 5-G technology challenging the decision of single-judge bench of Justice J.R.Midha whereby the actress’s plea was dismissed with a cost of 20 Lakh.
The Delhi Court has issued guidelines on declaring an absconding accused as a proclaimed offender. It observed that declaring a person as a proclaimed offender affects his life and liberty under Article 21 of the Constitution and a due process of law must be followed in this regard.
The Delhi High Court has issued detailed orders on feeding stray dogs in cities. The order has demarcated roles for resident welfare associations, municipal corporations, police and the Animal Welfare Board of India. The animals' upkeep will entail feeding, their treatment and vaccination.
Justice JR Midha made it clear that “it appeared that the suit was filed to garner publicity,” noting how Chawla had circulated a web link of the hearing on social media. The cost was imposed also on other plaintiffs.