The Central Government informed the Supreme Court that the claim of the Aam Aadmi Party regarding the launch of the ‘One Nation One Ration Card’ (ONORC) plan in the NCT of Delhi is “misleading”, as they have claimed to implement it only in Circle 63 Seemapuri with only a handful of transactions.
The Delhi High Court on Thursday, while passing the order in a writ petition, raised an important issue on whether the compensation under the Delhi Victim Compensation Scheme, 2018 can be availed by the legal heirs of the deceased.
The public interest litigation seeks direction to the center to restrain the agitating farmers from constructing the permanent construction over the public roads across the borders of the NCT of Delhi.
The Supreme Court has held: "When the court passed specific orders directing the states to file affidavits, the court’s intention was to see the working of the aforesaid acts. Non-filing of affidavit clearly indicates that the states are not interested in implementing the aforesaid enactments.”
A PIL has been filed in the Delhi High Court seeking directions to the NCT of Delhi to initiate urgent steps for imposing strict lockdown in the state of NCT, Delhi in view of the assessment of the State’s Administration of widespread increase in COVID 19 cases amongst the population.
On the earlier hearing in the matter, Senior Advocate Rakesh Dwivedi, appearing on behalf of the petitioner, submitted the grievance that the affidavit is of utmost importance, because whatever the CBI has alleged, has to be rebutted by the accused persons.