Countering Kapil Sibal, the bench asked What is this argument of striking down the provision? Can it be struck down today? To this, Sibal replied that prima facie the provision is unconstitutional and its operation should be stayed.
Supreme Court bench comprising Justices L Nageswara Rao and B R Gavai, heard the case related to the demolition drive in Jahangirpuri at 11 am today. “The Court said that they will take serious view on the fact that the court order was not followed and demolition continued yesterday.
The Supreme Court yesterday, the polling day for the Tripura local body elections, had directed to ensure the security at the polling booths by sending more companies of Central Armed Police Force personnel in each of the 770 polling booths in Tripura, but the Supreme Court orders were not complied......
The Supreme Court has said that the Union of India and states should complete their final arguments so that an order can be passed since the matter of pendency of criminal cases against MPs & MLAs and expeditious disposal of the same by setting up Special Courts has been pending since 2016.