Rohingya Refugees: Delhi HC Asks PIL Petitioner to Approach Nodal Officer with Grievances about Denial of Ration, Drinking Water & Medical Aid

Case Name: Fazal Abdali vs. Government of NCT of Delhi (W.P (C) 3063/2020 Date of Decision: 8th May 2020 Quorum: Hon’ble Mr. Justice Manmohan and Hon’ble Mr. Justice Sanjeev Narula A PIL was filed by Mr Fazal Abdali, seeking immediate relief for the Rohingya families living in three different settlements in Delhi on the ground

Article 21 of the Constitution of India – Right to Life & Personal Liberty

By Raushni  Ranjan  Pradhan                                                           Article  21  of Indian  Constitution  says “NO person  shall be deprived  of his life or personal  liberty except  according to procedure established by law “ . Article 21 of constitution  has been  held to be the heart  of the constitution  ,basically article 21 secures two rights  right to life ,and

SC IMPOSES COSTS OF RS. 10,000/- AND DISMISSES PETITION SEEKING FOR USE OF “PHYSICAL DISTANCING” INSTEAD OF “SOCIAL DISTANCING”

On 9th May 2020, the SC dismissed a Petition seeking for directions for use of the term “Physical distancing” instead of “Social distancing” and imposed Costs of RS. 10,000/-. The Plea, filed by Advocate-On-Record Satya Mitra on behalf of Shakeel Qureshi, and argued by senior Advocate S.B Deshmukh, he is in support of Plea that

Delhi Minorities Commission Chairperson Zafarul Islam Khan on Friday has filed an anticipatory bail plea in Delhi High Court in connection with an FIR registered against him alleging sedition.

Khan, has been booked under charges of sedition over a statement he has made on social media.  On mentioning of plea by advocate Vrinda Grover for urgent listing, HC decides to list it on May 12. An FIR has been filed against him under section 124A and 153A of the Indian Penal Code charging him