Allahabad High Court asks former judge and wife to approach District Magistrate for alleged eviction by son
Former Judge Anjani Kumar and his wife were directed at the Allahabad High Court to come with their complaints to the District Magistrate, Prayagraj. In the High Court, the former magistrate and his wife have applied to their own son to expel them unlawfully from their homes.
Advocate Tarun Agrawal told the Court that the contested house was also registered on behalf of the petitioners, other than the other properties.
The petitioner was also reported in the Nagar Nigam documents and her son was not entitled to forcibly evict the petitioners.
In the circumstances and facts of the case, the High Court granted the plaintiffs the right to send a suitable application to the District Magistrate, Prayagraj within 10 days with the relevant documents.
Furthermore, the District Magistrate was asked to pass a reasoned order concerning all the issues posed by the parties within two months of the date of receipt of this application.
Later, the High Court made it clear that it had not expressed an opinion on the merits of the case and that the authorities concerned had to make their own decisions, and the parties were free before the District Magistrate to raise any question.
Delhi HC stays defamation proceedings against Shashi Tharoor for scorpion remark against PM Modi
The Delhi High Court stopped the criminal defamation proceedings against Shashi Tharoor for his remark against Premier Narendra Modi by his ‘scorpion on Shivling. In November 2018, Tharoor made a suspected defamatory declaration at the Bangalore Festival of Literature where he said: “Mr. Modi is a Scorpion sitting on a Shivling.
Tharoor has said that he only quotes another individual, Gordhan Zadaphia, and the statement has been in the public sphere for many years now.
Mathura District Court admits appeal in Krishna Janmabhoomi case; notice issued to UP Sunni Central Waqf Board, Masjid Idgah Trust
A District judge in Mathura has accepted the call for dismissal for removal of the Shaheid Idgar Masjid from Mathura because it was built over Krishna Janmabhoomi.
Because of their fundamental religious rights under Article 25 of the Constitution of India, the applicants argue that as devotes to Lord Krishna they have the right to make a lawsuit.
A claim is made by the appellants on 13.37 acres of land, called Katra Keshav Dev land in the name of the deity Lord Shree Krishna Vijraman. This appeal tells the following series of events about the country’s history, which claims that particular land to be the birthplace of Lord Krishna.
To “remove the building of the land that was occupied, the District Court was urged to order the Sunni Central Waqf Board and the Management Committee of Shahi Masjid Idgah Trust.
Moreover, the vacant possession of the property is demanded to be transferred to the Shree Krishna Janmabhoomi Trust.