Siddharth Luthra, Sr. Advocate for Shivinder argued before the 3 Judges Supreme Court bench that the Petitioner Shivinder has been languishing in Judicial Custody since October 2019,i.e (23 months) to be precise.
A Delhi High Court bench has issued notice in a plea by AAP Government against the decision of Lieutenant Governor in allowing appointment of Delhi Police’s chosen Advocates as Special Public Prosecutors (SPP) in cases related to farmers’ agitation and North East Delhi riots.
The Delhi High Court has directed the Delhi Police to continue the security provided to the petitioners and to file its status report in a plea seeking judicial inquiry & constitution of a court-monitored SIT filed by parents of a nine-year old gild child who was allegedly gang-raped and murdered.
The plea filed is Supreme Court seeks enforcement of fundamental rights guaranteed under Articles 14 and Article 21 read with Article 21A of the Constitution of India. The plea also seeks to take a holistic, equitable & speedy decision in regard to re-opening of schools.
The plea was filed in Delhi High Court by All India Bhrashtachar Virodhi Morcha, a registered NGO challenging various amendments brought about by Delhi Government in the New Excise Policy for 2021-2022.
The Full Court is pleased to observe that physical hearings in the District Courts in Delhi may be resumed in a restricted manner with effect from August 16 on an experimental basis, subject to further orders, based on evaluation of the situation of the pandemic in the NCT of Delhi, said Delhi High Court
The National Green Tribunal has issued directions to the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change's (MoEF&CC) Regional Office, Chandigarh, the Chief Secretary, Haryana, Environment Department, Haryana and the District Magistrate, to take remedial action against illegal mining by DSP Associates, Sonipat by diverting the natural flow of the river.
The Delhi High Court while issuing notice to Delhi Government in a matter of a plea filed by retail liquor vendors seeking to quash new excise policy refused to grant any interim relief to Readymade Plaza India Pvt Ltd, that the bids not be finalized without the leave of the court.
The Delhi High Court on Monday stayed the criminal trial pending before the Rohini District & Sessions Court, New Delhi, in the complaint filed against cricketer-politician Gautam Gambhir, his foundation and others in the plea regarding quashing of complaint in a case relating to illegal hoarding