Allahabad High Court division bench while hearing a Criminal Misc Writ Petition filed by Shiv Prasad Gupta sought the Uttar Pradesh Government's response on the 'misuse' of Law while hearing a case wherein a show-cause notice had been served to a man under the Uttar Pradesh Control of Goondas Act, 1970.
The Supreme Court observed that guidelines issued by the Union have in no way made any genuine progress with regards to setting up halfway homes for those cured of mental illness as indicated by the State government and directed the Government to monitor the progress & apprise the court periodically.
The Allahabad High Court has pulled up the Uttar Pradesh government for not having SOPs/plan regarding proper administration, management and security of hospitals in the state, and directed the state Additional Chief Secretary of Medical Health and Family Welfare to prepare the same within a week.
The Uttar Pradesh government has assured the Allahabad High Court that it will not take any arbitrary action against the traders in matters related to cheating, while also apprising the court that the state government will soon issue guidelines in this matter.
The Supreme Court on Monday, while hearing a plea seeking directions to clear the roads, which were blocked due to the farmers' protest, said the solution lies in the hands of the Centre and the concerned state governments, and that the roads should not be blocked for any reason whatsoever.
The Supreme Court has adjourned to August 25, a batch of petitions seeking permission to appear in the TGT/PGT examination for appointment of Assistant Teachers in the state of Uttar Pradesh, under Article 32.
Delhi High Court has issued Notice to Ministry of Law and Justice, Bar Council of India, Bar Council of Delhi, Rouse Avenue District Court Bar Association, Central Delhi Court Bar Association and Registrar of Societies.