Category: Allahabad High Court

‘Satisfactory answer about Gumnami Baba will be true tribute to Netaji’

Source – As the nation celebrates the 123rd birth anniversary of freedom fighter and Indian National Army leader Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose on January 23, the mystery around the identity of Gumnami Baba alias Bhagwanji, whom many believed was Bose, continues to evoke curiosity. Some people feel a satisfactory answer to the questions being

Loudspeakers and Amplifiers Cannot Be Used Without the Written Permission of the Concerned Authority: Allahabad HC.

Source – The Allahabad High Court division bench comprising of Hon’ble Justices Pankaj Mithal and Vipin Chandra Dixit has recently dismissed a petition seeking to quash order of the Sub Divisional Magistrate, Shahganj, District Jaunpur on the use of amplifiers and loudspeakers on religious places on the ground that such use of sound equipment’s

Anti-CAA protests: Allahabad High Court issues notice to Adityanath govt.

Source – Taking cognizance of a complaint filed by a Mumbai-based lawyer alleging that Uttar Pradesh had acted in an unconstitutional manner to deal with anti-Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) protesters, the Allahabad High Court yesterday issued notice to the Yogi Adityanath government. Referring to news reports published in The Telegraph and the New York

Allahabad high court takes cognisance of situation in UP.

Source – Allahabad High Court on Tuesday took cognisance of the “situation in Uttar Pradesh” and registered a public interest litigation (PIL). A bench of Chief Justice Govind Mathur and Justice Vivek Varma took suo moto cognisance of incidents that took place in the state after the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019, was enacted, including

CAA protests: Plea against Lucknow activist’s arrest adjourned on UP government’s request.

Source – The Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court on Monday posted a habeas corpus petition filed on behalf of lawyer and president of Rihai Manch, Mohammad Shoaib, for next week on the Uttar Pradesh government’s request. A bench of Justices Shabihul Hasnain and Virender Kumar-II granted a week’s time to the Adityanath government to