A female holds her 40-days-old child as she waits outside an authorities station in Srinagar on August 20, 2019 to listen to about her husband who had been detained during evening raids. | Picture Credit: AP
Whenever we would you like to look involved with it, we shall look involved with it, Justice B.R. Gavai informs Solicitor General Tushar Mehta showing up for State govt.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked Solicitor General Tushar Mehta to create the purchases passed away by authorities on limitations in Jammu & Kashmir along with Section 144 procedures.
The way from a three-judge Bench led by Justice N.V. Ramana arrived in reaction to Mr. Mehta’s claim of privilege during these papers.
“My Lords, we keep our stand. Those instructions can’t be made public. But, we shall offer it for the perusal and consideration of My Lords,” Mr. Mehta addressed the Bench, additionally comprising Justices R. Subhash Reddy and B.R. Gavai.
“Okay. You furnish the order for the consideration but then you have to state on the affidavit as to why they cannot be given to the petitioners if you do not want to make the orders public. You need to suggest the causes for claiming such privilege,” Justice Ramana stated, addressing what the law states officer. Continue reading “J&K lockdown: why govt has still perhaps not produced purchases worried, asks SC”