The Delhi High Court set aside the order of the District Victim Compensation Committee, rejecting the grant of interim compensation under the Victim Compensation Scheme and directed the DSLSA to reconsider the petitioner’s claim for interim compensation under the period of one week.
The bench has further held that, “As all the eyewitnesses were related to the victims, but for that very reason we cannot disbelieve their version, particularly since the Trial Court and the High Court found no reason to reject their evidence.”
New Delhi (ILNS): Uttar Pradesh is as lawless as it can get. As the news of two minor Dalit sisters emerged, with their family alleging murder after a failed rape bid, the Fatehpur police, without any care for the Supreme Court’s directive, released the names of the three deceased to the media.
The High Court of Kerala has directed the District Collector to take appropriate steps to see that the victims of 2019 flood are rehabilitated to the project as contemplated initially without any further delay.