Gujarat High Court News
If the son remains son, married or unmarried, a daughter shall remain a daughter, married or unmarried, said the court. This mindset that once the daughter or sister in the family is married, we should not give her anything, this should be changed, said the court. A division bench of Chief Justice Aravind Kumar and Justice A. Shastri was hearing a petition challenging a lower court order.
The Gujarat High Court has initiated suo motu proceedings in the bridge collapse case. Though the court had issued notices to the Morbi Nagar Palika on November 7 seeking a reply by November 14, it failed. On November 15, the court granted another day to the civic body but it again failed to file a reply file.
The Supreme Court issued notice to the Gujarat government on a plea of Teesta Setalvad She was arrested for allegedly fabricating documents to frame innocent people in 2002 Gujarat riots cases A bench headed by Justice UU Lalit sought response from the Gujarat govt and posted it for hearing on Aug 25
There shall be no entry for the litigant public to the High Court premises, said the order. The circular said that the party-in-person shall be allowed entry to the Court premises only on production of a certificate issued 48 hours prior to the date of hearing, certifying that such person has tested negative for COVID-19.
The special bench was hearing a suo motu PIL along with a set of connected petitions regarding the coronavirus situation in Gujarat state The state government had increased the fine from Rs 500 to Rs 1,000 following an HC directive a few months back The bench would conduct a further hearing in this case on July 9