Category: Rajasthan High Court

Supreme Court to hear on Jan 7 pleas against HC order on 6 BSP Rajasthan MLAs joining Congress

Source:- The Supreme Court Monday said it would hear on January 7 the appeals of Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) and BJP MLA Madan Dilawar against the Rajasthan High Court order asking the Assembly Speaker to decide within three months a disqualification petition against all the six BSP MLAs ‘merging’ with the ruling Congress party. A

Rajasthan HC seeks state govt’s reply on work in prisons

Source:- The division bench of Justice Sandeep Mehta and Justice Devendra Kachhawaha, while hearing the petition filed by Manoj Yadav, directed additional advocate general Farzand Ali to apprise the court regarding the proposed steps for complete overhauling of the Prison Manual and to ensure that the prisoners are not forced to indulge in menial jobs

Rajasthan HC Takes Suo Motu Note of The Wire’s Prison Report, Orders ‘Overhaul’ of Prison Manual

Source:- Mumbai: “Disturbed” by a report published in The Wire, the Jodhpur bench of the Rajasthan high court has directed the state government to undertake steps to ensure the complete overhaul of the state prison manual. The Wire, on December 10, published a detailed investigative piece on the caste practices prevalent inside prisons across different

Rajasthan High Court asks Centre, state govt: Why aren’t you buying millet, cotton at minimum support price?

Source:- The Rajasthan High Court on Wednesday issued notice to the Central and state governments asking why the two were not buying millet and cotton at minimum support price (MSP). The division bench of Justice Sangeet Lodha and Justice Rameshwar Vyas issued notices while hearing a PIL filed by Pali district’s Kissan Welfare Society. Moti

5-year-old girl appears as main witness in mother’s murder case in Rajasthan High Court

Source:- A five-year-old girl appeared in the Rajasthan High Court on Tuesday in the hearing of a Habeas Corpus petition. The girl is the main witness in the murder of her mother. The Division Bench of Justice Sandeep Mehta and Justice Manoj Kumar Garg specifically allowed for the proceedings of the case in court premises

‘What Is This Behaviour’: Supreme Court Angry After Lawyer Appears Shirtless During Online Hearing

Source:- New Delhi: With millions of people working from home now, dressing up for work seems like a thing of past. Even while important Zoom calls, many people have ditched formal attire and are switching to more comfortable clothing. However, seems one man got too comfortable and got an earful from Supreme Court judges. On

SC refuses to grant anticipatory bail to 2 Rajasthan MLAs

Source:- NEW DELHI The Supreme Court Monday refused to grant anticipatory bail to two Rashtriya Loktantrik Party (RLP) MLAs of Rajasthan in a case of a violent protest during an anti-encroachment drive in which, a driver of an earth-moving machine was killed. Both Merta City MLA Indra Bawari and Bhopalgarh MLA Pukhraj Garg have challenged

Under Domestic Violence Act Can Divorced Wife Claim Right To Residence?

Source:- The Supreme Court in an ongoing judgment [Satish Chander Ahuja versus Sneha Ahuja] held that a woman can guarantee the privilege of the living arrangement in the houses claimed by family members also. This implies that she can look for living arrangement request concerning property which has a place with parents in law in