Supreme Court Suggests Trinamool Congress Move High Court For Other Reliefs

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Supreme Court Suggests Trinamool Congress Move High Court For Other Reliefs

Noting that the electoral process in Tripura has already been completed and that it has taken charge of the emergency situation that had arisen with regard to the violence of the polls, the Supreme Court considered this Thursday to orally relegate the All-India Trinamool Congress in the Tripura High Court to reactivate its written request regarding residual prayers for the investigation of acts of vandalism and vandalism and immediate action on allegations of assault , intimidation and other criminal activities. The bench of Judges DY Chandrachud, Surya Kant and Vikram Nath was hearing the AITC’s written petition in view of the upcoming municipal elections in Tripura, where the other prayers were a direction to the state to maintain security and security. security in areas where elections were scheduled, to provide security to petitioner members, and to curb the arbitrary and illegal use of power by state authorities to allow the petitioner’s free campaign. The bank was also considering a petition for contempt filed by the AITC for alleged violation of the instructions to the security agreement, etc., approved by the bank in the written request. On Thursday, the state’s SG Tushar Mehta said: “This is a very crucial fact. On the first effective date of this petition, November 11, the petitioners had revealed that they had filed a petition under the Article 226 also before the High Court of Tripura, also stating that the petition could not be accepted, as the High Court was in full recourse. of Tripura was initiated on September 24, making players similar and identical to the present petition, and on that day a notice was issued by the High Court of Justice, returnable on October 7. Then, on the following date, On 7 October, it was the petitioner’s lawyer who requested that the matter be postponed after the holidays, and therefore the High Court adjourned the case. before the date set by the High Court, the petitioner preferred the pre being written of request of identical request, having postponed itself. The petitioner, in suppressing these facts and deceiving this court, said that they were obliged to invoke the 32. The fact is that when there was a postponement of the matter on October 7, there was no vacation in the Audience and it was work. I had a detailed meeting with the attorney general who said he had been regularly presented on these matters. It was only after the November 11 order that the petitioners rejected the petition in writing because it was not pressured. “” A similar petition came here regarding election violence in Calcutta. Your lordships relegated them to the High Court. Calcutta High Court is investigating. And the situation in Calcutta was much worse, “Chandrachud said.” Now the election process is over, the results have been declared. The reason we took over the matter was because our concern was that the electoral process should be done peacefully. We intervened only because the interest in free and fair elections is of such global importance that it seemed to us that the Supreme Court could not have wasted time … Rationally, they withdrew the petition before the Court because, on coming here, there can be no second cherry bite. But for the rest of the sentences, we will allow them to revive their request in writing. The circumstances in which we took over the competition were specific to the situation. What was urgent, we tried. But the normal remedy is 226: we should rely on the High Court to investigate the prayer to continue the criminal process, file complaints, etc., as it is the local court. The Supreme Court should not take over this whole exercise. “The main lawyer, Gopal Sankaranarayanan, for the petitioner, argued that despite the best efforts of the Court,” unfortunately 112 of the 384 seats were not contested. ” then-CJ Dipak Misra, Judge AM Khanwilkar and himself in the context of the West Bengal panchayat gram elections: gram Panchayat elections in West Bengal. The High Court of Calcutta had issued general instructions such as the acceptance of ballots in e-mails, no scrutiny, and so on. We set aside these instructions from the Calcutta High Court and said that normal law should follow its course. What is goose sauce is goose sauce. If you say that there are 112 uncontested seats as a result of coercion, force or whatever, you have your legal remedies that you can always exercise. Because, hypothetically, in a given case, if a candidate is prevented from running in an election and the result statement is followed, of course, an election petition will continue to be based on the fact that the nomination has not been accepted. “Mr. Sankaranarayanan persisted, showing breaches of the Supreme Court’s orders on these petitions.” Once your lordships dealt with the matter on November 11, your lordships took certain directions. which were quite strong. Your Lordships approved three orders in which very specific instructions were issued to the DGP and SP. We have shown above that there are 16 instances in which we have set out what has been happening. There were also photographs of people (attackers) in helmets, candidates bleeding from the head, hospitalized, and so on. No one was arrested, only 41A alerts were issued. If they had complied with the previous instructions of your lordships, the November 25 order of 2 additional companies for security would not have been necessary. There has been contempt. “Judge Chandrachud noted that the prayer (i) in the written request for the issuance of a writ of mandamus or any other writ or order or order for the maintenance of security and security in areas where elections are scheduled for November 2021, prayer (ii) to provide security for petitioner members and prayer (v) to prevent defendant authorities from using power arbitrarily and illegally. to allow the petitioners to continue campaigning, they were pending the election process, and they have been dealt with by the Supreme Court. led by a retired judge on cases of vandalism and vandalism against petitioners, and for the management to take immediate action On allegations of victims of criminal activity, criminal assault and intimidation, Judge Chandrachud opined r that the High Court may treat the same. “Very well, ladies and gentlemen,” said Mr. Sankaranara. yananCom that both SG and Mr. Sankaranarayanan were involved in other courts in the post-lunch session, the bank listed the matter on Tuesday for further examination. DY Chandrachud, Surya Kant and Vikram Nath had passed a series of instructions to ensure the presence of Central Armed Police personnel in each of the 770 polling stations in the state. The bank had ordered the DGP and the secretary of the Tripura Interior Department to review the security situation and require an additional CRPF battalion if necessary. The Court had also ordered that print and electronic media be given unobstructed access to provide full coverage of the electoral process. The bank approved the instructions after hearing the Trinamool Congress of India, the petitioner of the writ and the Communist Party of India (Marxist), the comptroller. . Both opposition parties claimed that members of the ruling Bharathiya Janata party had unleashed violence to disrupt a peaceful election and that the police and administration were complicit. On the date of the previous hearing, November 23, the bank had rejected the request made by the Trinamool Congress to postpone the municipal elections, scheduled for today. However, the bench issued a series of instructions to the DGP and IG (Law and Order) of Tripura to ensure that the polls are conducted peacefully. The Court has asked the police to act “impartially” and “non-partisanly” to mitigate the complaints of opponents. The High Court also ordered the Tripura police to send a chart today showing the action taken on the complaints filed by Trinamool congressmen.

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