new Delhi: Today, on Tuesday, there are many major cases to be heard in the Supreme Court. Of these, cases related to NRC, the petition of the Independent MLAs of Karnataka and the petition related to the anti-Sikh riots are prominent.
Hearing on these cases
1- In the Karnataka case, the Supreme Court on July 23 filed a petition on behalf of two Independent MLAs seeking a floor test before July 5 in the hearing on July 22. Which the court had refused to hear at the earliest hearing. It has been said in the petition that in spite of telling the Governor repeatedly, the Chief Minister is not doing the floor test, hence the court should intervene. Independent legislators R Shankar and H Nagesh said in the petition that Chief Minister Kumaraswamy may be admitted to the hospital on Monday for pretending to be a victim of illness.
2- The final hearing on July 23 on the petition challenging the election of Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis for the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly. It is alleged that the Chief Minister has not disclosed criminal cases against him in his nomination papers. Satish Uke has filed a petition challenging the election of Fadnavis. In the petition, making a basis for not allegedly disclosing all criminal cases pending against Fadnavis, the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly has requested to declare their election as invalid.
3- The Supreme Court will hear on July 23 in the NRC case. The Central Government and the State Government have requested the NRC to increase the deadline in the Supreme Court. Solicitor General Tushar Mehta had said during the previous hearing that the Supreme Court will make changes to the deadline of 31 July. Explain that flood situation in Assam has become disturbed. Due to floods in the state, 54 lakh people have been displaced. Of the 33 state's 33 districts, 28 are in the grip of flood. Assam NRC Center and Assam Government urged the Supreme Court to increase the date of final NRC to 31st July for re-examination of 20 per cent samples in districts bound for the border.
4- The Supreme Court will hear on July 23 on the petition of 33 convicts in 1984 anti-Sikh riots case. The culprits have challenged the order of November, the High Court of the Delhi High Court, in which they were sentenced to 5-5 years imprisonment. After the assassination of the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in 1984, the Delhi High Court has punished the riots in Delhi's Trilokpuri area, to burn houses and to break the curfew. The petitioners have said that there is no evidence against them against the allegations. Out of the remaining 19 cases had died during the hearing, while the High Court rejected the appeal of the remaining three accused on this ground because they were missing.
5- The Supreme Court will hear on July 23 on the petition filed against corporate lobbyist Deepak Talwar's son Aditya Talwar. Antigua resident Aditya Talwar is accused in the money laundering case related to the aviation scandal and has not been involved in the investigation so far. Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, appearing for the ED, told the court that Aditya Talwar is out of the country and he has no information, despite this the Delhi High Court has given him permission to appear before the lawyer.
6- The Supreme Court can take a decision on completing Amrapali's incomplete projects today. The Supreme Court will decide who will be given the responsibility of completing the incomplete projects. During the hearing, the Supreme Court had said that the group cheating with investors also violated the land lease conditions. The Supreme Court had said that cancellation of lease of Noida Authority lands and take possession and complete the project.