Legal Updates – (15th July to 21st July) 2021 by Vasu @LEXCLIQ


Bar Council of Delhi finds ten lawyers submitted false COVID reports for financial aid; asks other forgers to come forward or face action

It has been advised that if any lawyer has submitted a false report, such lawyer may voluntarily tender an apology and return the money received.


Central govt approves continuation of scheme for development of judicial infrastructure at cost of Rs 9,000 cr; central share to be Rs. 5,357 cr

The proposal will help in construction of 3,800 court halls and 4,000 residential units for judicial officers of district and subordinate Courts, 1,450 lawyer halls, 1,450 toilets complexes and 3,800 computer rooms.


Is this law still needed after 75 years of independence?

Supreme Court asks AG in challenge to Sedition law under Section 124A IPC

The Court also issued notice in the plea filed by SG Vombatkere and tagged with a similar pending petition filed by the Editors Guild of India.


Sedition law was used by British against Mahatma Gandhi, Bal Gangadhar Tilak; now misused with no accountability from govt: Supreme Court

The Court said that if police wants to fix somebody, they can invoke Section 124A and everybody is a little scared when this section is invoked.


[BREAKING] Supreme Court takes suo motu cognizance of delay in release of convicts from prisons after grant of bail by court

The bench of Chief Justices of India and Justices L Nageswara Rao and AS Bopanna will be hearing the case tomorrow.


Amend Advocates Act, 1961 to allow reservation for women advocates in Bar Councils

Women lawyers write to Union Law Minister, Kiren Rijiju

Referring to gender inequalities in the legal profession, the Interactive Session of Women Advocates has highlighted that that “women advocates were being consistently denied a place in the decision-making high table”.


Navneet Kalra sends legal notice to India Today for defamation in relation to news telecast on Oxygen Concentrators case

The notice warned of action for criminal defamation if the Network refuses to express its regret for its imputations through print media and their news channel.


Is it in interest of justice to damage material at the sanctum sanctorum of democracy?

Supreme Court reserves verdict

The top court had earlier taken an unfavourable prima face view of the conduct by MLAs belonging to the Left parties in Kerala during the ruckus that took place inside the Legislative Assembly in 2015.


Tamil Nadu Bar Council suspends three lawyers from practice; two based on NDPS complaint, one citing IPC charges, detention as “Goonda”

All three lawyers have been prohibited from practicing as advocates in all courts, tribunals and other authorities in India until the disposal of disciplinary proceedings against them.

 


No deaths due to lack of oxygen specifically reported by States/UTs during second wave: Central government

“However, no deaths due to lack of oxygen has been specifically reported by states/UTs”, reads the reply made to a question tabled in the Rajya Sabha.


Bail secured by murder accused by hoodwinking the system, suppressing facts: Bombay HC imposes Rs. 50,000 costs

While dismissing the petition, Justice Rohit B Deo quoted from Hamlet “Something is rotten in the State of Denmark” to highlight “the disturbing ease with which the applicant secured bail, by gross suppression”.


[BREAKING] Kangana Ranaut moves Bombay High Court for quashing defamation case filed by Javed Akhtar

Ranaut sought quashing of the entire criminal proceedings initiated by the Metropolitan Magistrate at Andheri pursuant to Akhtar’s complaint.


“Privacy violation:” Former Chief Justice moves Punjab and Haryana High Court against CCTV at current Chief Justice Ravi Shankar Jha’s residence

Former Chief Justice NK Sodhi who resides opposite Chief Justice Ravi Shankar Jha claimed that CCTV at Justice Jha’s residence record movements to and from Justice Sodhi’s house as well, thereby violating his privacy.


[BREAKING] Plea in Bombay High Court seeks relaxation on travel restrictions for fully vaccinated citizens, permission for local train travel

Fully vaccinated persons should be permitted to lead their normal lives including but not limited to conducting regular business for regular hours in compliance with COVID protocols, the plea said.

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