However, Justice Rath refused to grant a stay order at this stage after advocate Biswabihari Mohanty argued the case for OGCEA during the hearing on the matter through video conferencing on Friday.
The court took exception to the failure of police to file chargesheet in the case even after two years as the main accused got a chance to be enlarged on bail due to it.
The Court felt that there is no dispute that the petitioner is one of the shop owners involving the bus stand and that he is having his source of livelihood involving such shop room for long time.
The petitioners sought direction to the authorities to release their money at an early date.
Cuttack-based Jayanta Kumar Bal and Trilochan Rath of Puri filed the two petitions separately.
The concern was expressed while dismissing the bail petition of a person accused of committing GST fraud by way of fake and fraudulent transactions.
The Government of India first declared a court for the Odisha province on April 10, 1948 and the Orissa High Court was inaugurated on July 26, 1948, according to official records.
A petition seeking quashing of the KALIA scheme has also been pending in the High Court for more than a year now.
The district courts and subordinate courts and the tribunals located in the four districts and Rourkela shall remain closed till July 31.
On July 8, the Collector had issued the ban order to contain the spread of Covid-19 cases in the district.
RBI had cancelled the BUCB’s licence after its statutory inspection revealed that the bank was in deep red, ceased to be solvent and any chance of its revival was next to impossible.
Acting on a petition alleging stopping transportation of sand to outside the State by the revenue administration in Cuttack, the Court has issued notice to the government seeking reply by August 17.
State Bar Council sources said 15,000 applications had been received and scrutiny is on to prepare the list of lawyers eligible to get the financial assistance.
Meanwhile, a disinfection drive was undertaken on the High Court premises by fire service personnel on Sunday.
The warning came along with a set of directions in a common judgment on three separate petitions, which had sought the Court’s intervention against nonfunctioning of OREAT.