Advocate General Ashutosh Kumbhakoni, who was arguing on behalf of the state, was referring to the contentions made in a plea filed earlier this year by lawyer and activist Bharadwaj.
Anil Singh, the advocate appearing for the NIA had taken objections over the comment made by the High Court judges praising the work done by Father Stan Swamy.
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Senior counsel Mihir Desai, who represented Swamy in the high court, said the high court need not consider the late priest's appeals seeking bail abated.
The Bombay High Court also refused former Maharashtra home minister Anil Deshmukh's request to stay its judgement to give him time to file an appeal against the same.
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A bench of Chief Justice Dipankar Datta and Justice G S Kulkarni said that the state administration had imposed the restrictions keeping in mind the prevailing COVID-19 situation.
The central issue before the court is whether the Governor has any such discretion not to nominate members to the Legislative Council as recommended by the Council of Ministers.
The bench noted that it cannot direct the Union government on the issue of allocation of vaccines, as it was a pan-India policy.
In a judgement passed last month, the judge dismissed the man's appeal challenging the sessions court's order finding him guilty of raping an intellectually-challenged woman.
The governor ought to have accepted the nomination irrespective of any political issues or issues he may or may not have with the chief minister, the counsel told HC.
Bharadwaj, in jail since September 2018, has sought bail on the technical ground that the court which took cognizance of the charge sheet initially lacked the power to do so.
The court had granted bail to Vikram Bhave in May, but had directed him not to leave Pune city where the case is being tried.
Senior advocate Prasad Dhakephalkar, appearing for the petitioners, stated that since February 2021, at least 13 Indian pilots have died due to coronavirus infection.
The submissions were made when the bench was hearing a public interest litigation filed by one Dr Rajeev Joshi seeking judicial intervention to curb violence against healthcare professionals.
Wondering when India would see the return of this level of normalcy, the court noted that 'vaccinating everyone' was the key to it.
The former Team India captain has sought that the two companies be directed to disclose their assets and on Monday.