The Meghalaya High Court division bench heard a Suo Motu Public Interest Litigation (PIL) concerning orders issued by the State Government making vaccination mandatory for shopkeepers, vendors, local taxi drivers etc. before they can resume their businesses.
Advocate Yadav had appeared in-person seeking the indulgence of the Supreme Court to intervene in the illegal arrest of labour contractors for their speech and expression by way of pamphlets affixed on the wall which spread over social media.
The Supreme Court bench while hearing the Public Interest Litigation seeking the indulgence of the court to intervene with the illegal arrest of the innocent general public who are labor contractors for their speech and expression by way of pamphlets affixed on the wall which is spread in social media.
The Kerala High Court has asked the state to frame a policy for crowdfunding as it did not want the money to go into the account of private individuals who may or may not give it to those who needed it.
Are the pleas in courts about the constitutionality of the Act by Twitter an attempt to use social media as a vehicle to herald political change in India? Hopefully, the courts will see through the game.
And now, in the wake of the damage that BJP’s reputation has suffered at the hands of the social media, the very party which came to power through the deft use of a formidable network of IT “cells” using these same platforms, now wants them rendered ineffective.