- Speaker Rabindra Nath Mahato filed a petition in SC
- Speaker issued notice to Babulal Marandi in the case
- The High Court had stayed the notice, on this the SC had gone
Jharkhand Defection case: On the petition filed by Assembly Speaker Rabindra Nath Mahato in Jharkhand Defection case Supreme Court Denied the hearing. The SC has asked the speaker to go to the Jharkhand High Court in the interim stay. The Supreme Court said that the issue is to be heard in the Jharkhand High Court tomorrow, so the petitioner should go there itself. Was banned. Now the Speaker of the Assembly reached the Supreme Court against the order of the High Court.
This is not a victory for any party, only a win for fairness: 5 important comments of SC on ‘agricultural law’
The order of the Jharkhand High Court has been challenged by the SLP in the Supreme Court on behalf of the Speaker. Here, after the order from the High Court in this case, a Caviate petition has been filed in the Supreme Court on behalf of Babulal Marandi. In the case, the High Court had postponed the next hearing till January 13 and ordered a stay on the ongoing hearing in the assembly tribunal. The court has also asked the state government and the assembly to file a reply in the case.
SC prohibits implementation of all three agricultural laws till further order, constitutes committee
BJP leader Babulal Marandi, while challenging the automatic cognizance taken by the Legislative Assembly Tribunal under the Tenth Schedule, cited the 2006 Disqualification Manual of the Legislative Assembly, saying that the Speaker had filed a notice after taking suo motu notice in the Assembly Tribunal. Babulal Marandi challenged this by filing a petition in the High Court.
Supreme Court bans implementation of all three agricultural laws till further order