Showing posts with label Supreme Court. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Supreme Court. Show all posts

Friday, 19 May 2017

Triple Talaq casualty debilitates to submit suicide, requests to PM Narendra Modi, Supreme Court for equity

Dehradun: A triple talaq casualty from Uttarakhand has debilitated to submit suicide if the framework neglects to guarantee her equity.

A five-judge Constitution seat headed by Chief Justice JS Khehar on Thursday finished up its listening ability on a grasp of supplications testing the sacred legitimacy of triple talaq among Muslims in the wake of hearing gatherings including the Center, the All India Muslim Personal Law Board, the All India Muslim Women Personal Law Board and different others for six days in summer get-away.

The court observed rehashed entries of the AIMPLB and previous Union clergyman and senior attorney Salman Khurshid, who is helping it in individual limit, that triple talaq is not specified in sacred Quran and is fairly "corrupt", "sporadic", "patriarchal", "awful in religious philosophy" and "undesirable", however the court ought not look at it.

A few Muslim ladies, who have asserted to be a casualty of the "patriarchal" practice, have spoke to PM Modi to dispose of the separation framework winning in the group.

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Thursday, 6 April 2017

Babri demolition case: 'Revive conspiracy charges against LK Advani, 13 others', says CBI to Supreme Court

NEW DELHI: "Intrigue charges must be started against some BJP pioneers" including LK Advani, Uma Bharti and Murli Manohar Joshi, the CBI today advised the Supreme Court with respect to the Babri Masjid pulverization case, ANI revealed.

There are two arrangements of cases. One is against veteran BJP pioneer Advani and others, who were on the dais at Ram Katha Kunj in Ayodhya on December 6, 1992 when the Babri mosque was annihilated.

The other body of evidence was against lakhs of "karsevaks" (volunteers) who were in and around the questioned structure.

the zenith court requested that all gatherings record their reaction in the matter.

The CBI had chargesheeted Advani and 20 others under Sections 153A (advancing animosity between classes), 153B (ascriptions, affirmations biased to national incorporation) and 505 (false explanations, gossipy tidbits and so forth circled with the aim to bring about insurrection or aggravate open peace) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). Read more:-International Database

It had in this manner conjured charges under Section 120B (criminal scheme) of the IPC, which was suppressed by the unique court whose choice was maintained by the high court.

Monday, 28 November 2016

Ensuring free and fair trial against Shahabuddin a test for judiciary, says Supreme Court

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear a plea to shift RJD leader Mohammad Shahabuddin, facing trial in 45 criminal cases, from Siwan jail in Bihar to the national capital's Tihar jail.

"Ensuring free and fair trial against the strongman while protecting the witnesses is a challenge for the judiciary," the top court said.

A bench of Justices Dipak Misra and Amitav Roy said it would take a call on Tuesday whether to shift Shahabuddin out of Siwan jail and and whether trial in all cases against him should be held in Delhi.

"This is a kind of situation that tests the justice delivery system in the country and also tests witness protection scheme," the bench said, asking senior advocate Shekhar Naphade, appearing for Shahabuddin, to come prepared to argue the case.

The court was hearing a plea filed by the victims' families alleging that free and fair trial against him was not possible if he remained in a jail in Bihar. They alleged that witnesses would not be able to depose against the controversial leader with his goons threatening them.


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