All five petitions on Article 370 Faulty, States CJI Ranjan Gogoi; Boils Greatly on petitioner


CJI Ranjan Gogoi said he will not take the plea tough Article 370 registered by advocate ML Sharma and came down heavily on the urge.
The CJI farther adjourned the request filed by Executive Editor of Kashmir Times who’d stated that media freedom was impinged upon in J&K via cellular, landline and net ban.

Responding to the Solicitor General Tushar Mehta stated,”security bureaus are taking daily inventory of this circumstance. We all know the reality”
Slamming Sharma Gogoi said,”How do you find a mandamus to get quashing. This is just not maintainable. What type of request is that?”

In his petition filed on August 6, Sharma had promised the Presidential order on Article 370 was prohibited as it had been passed without the permission of the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly while Bhasin had sought direction from the apex court to permit media staff to practise their profession and practice their right to report in J&K under rights cited in Articles 14, 19 (1) (a) and 19 (1) (g) and 21 of the Constitution.
The Supreme Court today rejected five petitions hard Article 370 calling them faulty.

The request had been filed by Lok Sabha MPs in the NC, Mohammad Akbar Lone and Justice (retd) Hasnain Masoodi.
Sharma had contested the Presidential arrangement abrogating Art 370.

When the flaws in the pleas are eliminated the petitions on Article 370 might be observed. From the complete seven petitions filed in the apex court, four were faulty.

The SC had previously refused to interfere with all the constraints, for example, government clampdown in Jammu and Kashmir, stating that the Valley took additional time for returning to normalcy.


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