The matter was yesterday heard by the Single-Judge Bench of Justice Amit Bansal, who remarked that no time-bound direction for implementing the rule of vaccination of pregnant women can be given to the Government.
New Delhi: The Supreme Court will hear the Union Government’s stand on the pleas filed regarding the moratorium on loan repayment and interest levied by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Kerala Government is preparing to move the Supreme Court against the Farm Bills that the Union government had pushed through Parliament on September 17 amid chaos. The move to the court is expected quickly.
The Supreme Court has asked the Union government to clarify what exactly its position is vis-à-vis CCTV cameras in police stations, because this involves the fundamental rights of the citizens under Article 21 of the Constitution.
The Centre today assured the Supreme Court that no jhuggi will be removed right now while the Railways is in consultation with the Delhi government and while the Ministry of Urban Development comes up with a solution.
The Union government today admitted in Parliament that it was completely clueless on how many stranded labourers died trudging their way back through locked down states, or even how much ration (state-wise) had been provided to them during the period.