SC has allowed the registration of all BS IV vehicles which were sold in March. The order has come as a relief to thousands of customers who purchased BS IV vehicles in March but could not be get them registered before the deadline of March 31, in the wake of the COVID pandemic and subsequent lockdown.
A petition has been filed in the Supreme Court seeking the setting up of an independent inquiry commission to look into the into “the government’s gross mismanagement of the COVID 19 pandemic in India.”
The Supreme Court today (July 17) dismissed a plea filed by Supreme Court Bar Clerks Association seeking a monthly payment of Rs 15,000 to its members during closure of courts amid the COVID 19 lockdown.
WITH the outbreak of Covid-19, economic activities abruptly came to a standstill. The magnitude of the impact has had a multiplier effect as it was accompanied by a complete social and economic shutdown.
The National Company Law Appellate Tribunal has extended the suspension of its functioning till July 10th, 2020, after its staff member was found positive. The Court work including virtual hearing, filing, etc will also remain suspended during this period.