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[Live Updates] : SC Hearing In Kashmir Petitions

Nilashish Chaudhary
26 Nov 2019 5:30 AM GMT
[Live Updates] : SC Hearing In Kashmir Petitions
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Watch this space for live updates from the Supreme Court hearing of the petitions challenging restrictions in Kashmir.

Live Updates

  • 26 Nov 2019 10:14 AM GMT

    Sibal : There cannot be any law where you can paralyse 7 million people. There can't be such a law.

  • 26 Nov 2019 10:14 AM GMT

    Sibal buttresses argument through all leading newspapers that businesses, farmers, schools, tourism/travel agencies have suffered. They say schools are open, but which parent will send them without security

  • 26 Nov 2019 10:13 AM GMT

    Sibal :Even if there's a situation which warrants 144, there needs to be a reasonable balance that needs to be struck here. Where's the balance as per Art 19

  • 26 Nov 2019 10:12 AM GMT

    Sibal : OpIndia was denied the status of a certified fact checker due to being partisan. They(Government) cite that instead of a doctor's statement regarding Ayushman Bharat

  • 26 Nov 2019 10:12 AM GMT

    Sibal : The data I gave through IndiaSpends was countered as fake citing OpIndia , which refers to itself as pro govt organization

  • 26 Nov 2019 10:04 AM GMT

    Sibal : Block social media. I said that on the first day itself. But businesses run on internet. People there are peaceful, as the SG himself said. Why not let them come out. I'd understand if Art352 was in play

  • 26 Nov 2019 10:04 AM GMT

    Sibal : Why ban internet on the whole? Why ban transport. I understand if social media needs to be banned, but not all of the internet

  • 26 Nov 2019 9:59 AM GMT

    Sibal  begins rejoinder

    "They have given us only a few orders, refused to give others. Blanket statements made. Relevant material must be placed at least. I'm handicapped before state in such a case"

  • 26 Nov 2019 9:45 AM GMT

    J Ramana asks which side he's on. Intervenor (Press Council of India) says its here to assist after hearing both sides. J Gavai says we could have appointed an amicus for assistance; as intervenor you should have a side

  • 26 Nov 2019 9:44 AM GMT

    Test is that it is shown that least amount of restrictions have been imposed. Reasonableness of restrictions should be seen from stand point of general public and not just an individual : Press Council of India 

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