New Delhi: A Supreme Court bench led by Chief Justice NV Ramana is hearing a few significant cases today including three petitions testing the arrival of 11 men sentenced for the gangrape of Bilkis Bano during the 2002 Gujarat riots.
The top court is likewise hearing a request documented by Congress pioneer Karti Chidambaram looking for a survey of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) ruling.
“After the judgment, two areas, not providing ECIR and burden of proof needs reconsideration, ” the CJI said.
Chief Justice Ramana heard pleas relating to security lapses during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Punjab in January. A panel headed by a resigned Supreme Court judge has found slips in the direct of the Punjab police during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the state recently.
The bail becoming aware of extremist Teesta Setalvad was dismissed as the Gujarat government has looked for two days time to answer her supplication.
Hearing the Pegasus case, CJI Ramana said 29 telephones were given for assessment. Malware was found in five telephones however no end that it was Pegasus.
“Council has said that Government of India not collaborating,” CJI added.
“We would rather not offer additional remarks without going through the total report,” he said.
Here are the live updates from the Supreme Court:
High Court Agrees To Reconsider Parts Of PMLA Verdict
High Court consents to rethink its PMLA judgment dated July 27 on two perspectives – not giving duplicate of Enforcement Case Information Report (ECIR) and nullification of assumption of honesty.
High Court Issues Notice To Center
CJI to Kapil Sibal: Formulate the issues.
SG Mehta: Your lordships said just those two regions should be rethought not in general judgment.
SG Mehta is contradicting by and large reevaluation of the judgment.
CJI: These are the two issues at first sight we viewed needs as thought of. Give your issues. Both the sides give your issues. We will see.
High Court issues notice to Center on the request looking for survey of the PMLA judgment by Justice Khanwilkar seat dated July 2022.
PMLA Hearing Begins
The becoming aware of a request recorded by Congress pioneer Karti Chidambaram looking for a survey of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) administering starts.
“Subsequent to perusing the judgment, two regions, not giving ECIR and obligation to prove anything needs reevaluation,” says CJI.
“We are requesting reexamination of in general judgment,” says Kapil Sibal, showing up for the applicant.
“We will give notice to Center,” says CJI, to which Solicitor General Tushar Mehta answers by saying: “Notice ought to be given on the restricted places.”
PM Modi Security Breach Case
Advisory group tracks down slips on the lead of nearby police during PM’s visit to Punjab on Jan 5, suggests for intermittent survey of Blue Book.
SC to send the report to Center for vital activity.
“Ferozepur SSP neglected to release his obligation to keep up with the rule of law. He neglected to do this despite the fact that adequate power was accessible and despite the fact that he was educated two hours before that PM Modi will enter that course,” CJI said.
“We will advance the report to the Govt for vital activities,” he said.
Pegasus Hearing Adjourned For 4 Weeks
The Pegasus hearing has been concluded for quite some time.
Pegasus Hearing Begins
A seat drove by Chief Justice NV Ramana has started hearing the Pegasus spyware embarrassment.
The Supreme Court is investigating the Committee’s report set up by the top court on the issue.
High Court says the report is submitted in three sections – two reports of the specialized board of trustees and one report of the managing council by a resigned judge of the Supreme Court, Justice RV Raveendran.
29 telephones given for assessment. Malware in five telephones yet no end that it was Pegasus, says CJI Ramana.
“Board of trustees has said that Government of India not collaborating,” CJI Ramana said.
“We would rather not offer additional remarks without going through the total report,” the CJI added.
Teesta Setalvad Bail Hearing Adjourned
Dissident’s Teesta Setalvad bail request has been dismissed as the Gujarat government has looked for two days time to answer her supplication.
Ms Setalvad’s bail request to be heard on August 30.