Human and Civil Rights Activist, Sangita Chakraborty files a plea in Supreme Court seeking directions to the Central and state government to detect, detain and deport illegal Rohingya and Bangladeshi infiltrators.
The Supreme Court has annulled the Calcutta High Court’s order to not accept the affidavit of the state in the Narada bribery case. It has allowed Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, the West Bengal government, and state law minister Moloy Ghatak to file their applications before the high court.
Debjani Ghosal, Counsel for the petitioner, submitted that in course of transportation of such cattle to Meghalaya from West Bengal, various police stations on the way stopped the Petitioner's truck and seized the cattle, and also arrested the personnel engaged in such transportation.
The Supreme Court was told that the Central government had not come up with a solution on providing rations to migrant workers who did not have ration cards. The case is from 2020 when migrant labourers were forced to walk to their villages after the nationwide lockdown without any rations.
The order was passed in a petition alleging that around 200 persons who were displaced due to the violence continue to face threat to their lives due to which they have not been able to return to their homes.
The council of ministers of the government of West Bengal, in its first meeting on May 17, 2021, took the decision to set up a legislative council. In its manifesto, the Trinamool Congress had promised the formation of the council.
Supreme Court issues notice to West Bengal violence to Centre and Bengal government … National Women's Commission and NCHRC got approval to form party … Plaintiff has raised the demand for SIT investigation, fast track court and compensation.
Haryana government told the Supreme Court that sincere efforts were being made to remove the blockades from Inter-State roads and National Highways and to resume free flow of traffic on those roads for the convenience of general public by way of persuading the Farmers/Farmer’s Organisations to cooperate
A man booked for putting up a post on his Facebook account, which allegedly disrespected Dr Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar (Baba Saheb Ambedkar), was granted anticipatory bail by the Bombay High Court on a PR bond of Rs 20,000