The Madras High Court in an urgent hearing on Sunday disapproved the prohibitory order passed by the Puducherry Administration/ Collector exercising her powers under section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure.
Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva said the District Magistrate should pass an order asking the protesters to shift in the wake of the DDMA order. It also said that if the order is not complied with by protesters, then the police can take action in accordance with the law.
New Delhi (ILNS): Considering the serious threat posed by the category 3 Cyclone Nivar, the District Magistrate of Puducherry has ordered imposition of Section 144 from 9 pm tonight till 6 am on November 26, in the entire Puducherry region.
Two men, Achhar Singh and Budhi Singh, had challenged their conviction by the Himachal Pradesh High Court. One had been sentenced to five years rigorous imprisonment and the other to undergo life imprisonment, plus a fine. The High Court had overturned their acquittal by the trial court.
Supreme Court's Juvenile Justice Committee met with juvenile justice representatives from all high courts along with UNICEF and key Central ministry officials to discuss protecting of children in juvenile and care homes during the Covid surge.