The petitioner also informed through his petition that Hindu students were not enrolled in a school in Garhwa only because the number of Muslim students in that school was high.
The bench stated that in the financial matters that will create problems to the government, courts will take a cautious approach.
The petition was filed by advocate Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay, who was later asked by the court to bring on record substantial data.
A vacation bench of Justices B R Gavai and Hima Kohli observed while dismissing petitions against construction activities at the famed Shree Jagannath temple in Puri.
“We direct the respondents to apply their mind and come up with a clear and considered stand in its counter-affidavit.
Counsel for the petitioner stated the construction was taken up in the survey numbers of lands in Malreddypally and Tandur without even obtaining layout clearance from Tandur Municipality.
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PIL has served a lot of public interest. However, it is sometimes being misused to stall projects or pressurize public authorities. added the CJI
According to the PIL filed by an RTI activist, CM Soren and his brother Basant Soren invested black money through businessmenn 28 small companies to get them converted into white money.
“The situation has undertaken a ‘sea change’ with the passage of time and the present petition has, therefore, lost its relevancy in today’s context.
A Bench of Justices Paresh Upadhyay and R Vijayakumar adjourned the case to April 18 after issuing notice to the Labour Department and Virudhunagar Collector.
On behalf of the government, counsel Narsi Reddy said they have filed an affidavit that the construction company had in writing assured to complete the complex by June 30 this year.
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The petitioner sought a detailed report on the findings submitted by retired IAS officer Vinay Kumar after the probe into allegations of preferential treatment to Sasikala and her sister-in-law.
The interim ruling would put a spanner in the conduct of ongoing CPM district conferences in the state.
The PIL (drawn with the legal assistance provided by the 'Internet Freedom Foundation') states that Telangana is the most surveilled place in the world.
Over the years, people have shown a growing interest in filing Public Interest Litigations (PILs) at the Supreme Court.
Senior advocate Mukul Rohatgi, appearing for Asthana, said the court should not keep the writ petition pending if it is granting liberty to the petitioner NGO to file an appeal.