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.Amicus Curie Vijay Hansaria told the SC that 350 cases are banned by the High Courts. High courts should be asked to lift the ban in a month. The biggest problem is not the arrival of witnesses, it can be solved through video conferencing. Most courts say that they do not have internet facilities and infrastructure. Amicus Curiene suggested that the High Court may be asked to submit a roadmap to settle cases against MPs / MLAs within a year. He also reported 175 corruption cases against the MPs / MLAs (present and former) in the court. Out of 4400 cases pending against him, 350 cases are of High Court. The apex court said that it will pass a detailed order and upload it in the Supreme Court website. A bench of Justices NV Ramana, Justice Suryakant and Justice Hrishikesh Roy heard.
Trouble with TV media over 'TRP and sensationalism': Supreme Court
On behalf of the Central Government, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta said that the SC can set a time limit for hearing cases against pending MPs and MLAs. The Supreme Court said that the CBI will pass some instructions on the petition of Amicus Curiae to instruct the CBI to file a CBI report on pending cases in the states. In the last hearing, the Supreme Court had sought a reply from the Central Government in 6 weeks on the plea to stop the tainted MLAs / MPs from contesting elections for life. During the hearing, the Supreme Court said that it is shocking that there are more than 4000 cases pending in the country against MPs, MLAs. Justices NV Ramana asked which is the oldest pending case, on which Amicus Curie said that The oldest case is of Punjab in 1983. On this, the Supreme Court resented the Punjab lawyer that why the case has been pending for so long, the case has been pending since 1983 and you do not know who will be responsible for it. On this, the counsel for the Punjab government said that after making the information, I will file a report. The SC said that the prosecution is failing that the cases are pending for so long
In which state how many cases pending on 'honorable'
In the report, Amicus has said that a total of 4442 cases are pending against MPs / MLAs (current and former) in various courts, including special courts for MPs and MLAs. The present accused in the 2556 cases pending in the High Court are current MLAs and MPs. UP tops the list with 1217 pending cases in Uttar Pradesh, out of which 446 cases are sitting MLAs / MPs. 35 out of the current MLA / MPs and 81 out of the former MLA / MP are accused of heinous crimes, which carries life imprisonment. Trial has been stalled in 85 cases due to stay by High Courts. A special court was set up in Allahabad with reference to the instructions issued in the present case. The special court is conducting trials related to 12 districts. There are 73 cases in Bihar related to the crime punishable with life imprisonment, out of which 30 cases are against the current MLA / MP and 43 against the former MLA / MP.
There are 330 cases pending in Maharashtra, out of which 222 are accused of current MLAs / MPs, 31 cases are related to the crime punishable with life imprisonment, out of which 17 cases are against current MLAs / MPs and 14 against former MLAs / MPs. In Orissa, there are 331 cases out of which 220 MLAs / MPs are accused in current cases, out of which 32 cases are for life imprisonment and punishment against 10 MLAs and 22 cases against former MLAs. Madhya Pradesh has 184 cases out of which 125 Among the cases, the current MLA / MP is accused, there are 31 cases which are punishable with life imprisonment, out of which 12 cases are against the current MLA / MP and 19 are against the current MLA / MP. In Andhra Pradesh, there are 106 cases and all are pending before a special court, Vijayawada. The current MLA / MP is in 85 cases. In West Bengal, a total of 131 cases are pending, out of which 101 cases are against the current MLA / MP accused. In Karnataka, 53 cases are related to punishable offenses with life imprisonment, out of which 27 cases are against the current MLA / MP and 26 are presently present. MLAs / MPs are against. In Kerala, there are 333 cases out of which current MLA / MP is accused in 310 cases. In general, 35 cases are pending, out of which 25 MLAs / MPs are accused in current cases, out of which 12 cases. Those related to the crime punishable with life imprisonment, out of which 8 cases are against the current MLA / MP.
In Delhi, 87 cases are pending before two special courts in each of the sessions court (25) and magisterial level (62). 118 MLAs (87 current MLAs / MPs and 31 former current MLAs / MPs) in Delhi. Are accused In Punjab, there are 35 cases, out of which 21 cases involve the current MLA / MP. There are 142 cases in Jharkhand, out of which the present MLA / MP is accused in 86 cases. In Telangana, there are 118 cases and 107 current MLAs / l MPs are accused. All these cases are pending before a special court in Hyderabad. In Rajasthan, there are 49 cases pending, out of which 17 are current MLA / MP accused. There are 4 cases which are related to punishable offenses with life imprisonment and all are on the former sitting MLA / MPs. In Chhattisgarh, 21 cases are pending, out of which 13 cases are against the current MLA / MP. Uttarakhand has 20 cases. And in 16 cases the current MLA / MP is accused. In Goa, there are 12 cases out of which 10 MLA / MP is accused in the current case. Manipur has 15 cases out of which 10 MLA / MP is accused in the current case. In Mizoram , There are 4 cases against three current MLAs / MPs, out of which two are punishable with life imprisonment and two others with imprisonment for 10 years.
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