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Video: SC slams Centre affidavit on Tablighi Jamaat reporting, top court says blacklisting orders may cause civil death of institutions

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In an important legal development this week, the Supreme Court hit out at the Centre over its affidavit in a case related to the media’s reporting of the Tablighi Jamaat attendees in Delhi testing positive for coronavirus.

In other news, the top court said that indefinite blacklisting will spell the death knell for commercial organisations and institutions. A Bench of Justices Rohinton F. Nariman, Navin Sinha and Krishna Murari described the blacklisting of a business entity as its civil death while delivering the verdict.

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  1. What is the use as whatever damage has to happen has happened. So these Tablighis will get justice and government will come out in open and say sorry

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