Allahabad High Court while rejecting a Criminal Misc Bail Application observed that if any opinion is taken on the basis of the evidence given by the hostile witnesses, it amounts to evaluating the evidence by the Court, which is impermissible while deciding the bail application under Section 439 CrPC.
Allahabad high court while hearing a Criminal Misc Bail Application directed SSP Dr. Gaurav Grover and Inspector Crime Branch Vinod Agnihotri to present the progress report of the judicial inquiry in the case of death in custody of Pipraich police station of Gorakhpur.
Allahabad High Court division bench while hearing a petition filed by Ram Sewak upheld an order of the District Magistrate passed against a rape-murder accused under Section 3 (2) of the National Security Act, 1980.
The Allahabad High Court issues notice to Uttar Pradesh government on a petition regarding whether alimony application under Section 125 Code of Criminal Procedure will be payable from the date of application or from the date of the court's order.
Allahabad High Court, while hearing a petition filed by Ramesh Chandra, directed the District Magistrate Auraiya to consider an application under the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana within three months.
A single judge Allahabad High Court bench while hearing a Criminal Misc Bail Application filed by Shankar Varik @ Vikram rejected the application filed in the case of extension of bail of the accused in the case of possessing 1025 kg of ganja.
It is vital for any country governed by the rule of law that its judges decide cases solely on the evidence presented by parties and law. Judicial accountability vanishes when a judge travels beyond the case and makes unnecessary remarks in his decisions. This would set a precarious precedent and is undesirable.
In view of the increasing cases of coronavirus infections, the Allahabad High Court has urged the Election Commission of India and Prime Minister Narendra Modi to postpone the Assembly Elections to be held in Uttar Pradesh next year.