The Madhya Pradesh High Court, in an interim order granting relief to interfaith couples entering into wedlock, has held as “unconstitutional” a provision in the Madhya Pradesh Freedom of Religion Act that requires an individual to give a declaration to the district magistrate before undertaking religious conversion.
It was prayed by the Counsel that if the respondents decide to dispossess the petitioner from that land and make use of the same for the purpose of widening of the land, they should follow the due process of law.
The MP High Court passesd an interim order in which it said admissions to the course of MD (Ayurveda) / MS (Ayurveda) shall remain subject to the final outcome of the writ petition. In the order, counseling has been made subject to the final decision of the petition under consideration.
Advocate Aditya Sanghi argued that on one hand, radiologists of Gwalior region have got permission for private practice while on the other hand, private practice of radiologists from other areas of the state has been banned.
If a show-cause notice intends to blacklist the recipient of the notice in case of an unsatisfactory reply, this stipulation must be clearly mentioned in the notice. This observation was recently made by the Supreme Court in an appeal by UMC Technologies Pvt. Ltd against the order of the MP High Court.
In a first of its kind, the Madhya Pradesh High Court has made it mandatory for anyone filing a case to appoint a local lawyer. How would the future of the legal arena look if this spreads to all high courts?
Advocate Bhanya Kumar Jain has filed a PIL in the Jabalpur Bench of the Madhya Pradesh High Court, seeking regular hearing in all subordinate courts of the state, including the main bench of Jabalpur, Indore and Gwalior bench of the High Court.