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UP Govt.'s Appeal Against Removal Of Banners: Live-Updates From Supreme Court

12 March 2020 5:07 AM GMT

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  • 12 March 2020 6:21 AM GMT

    Colin Gonsalves now starts.

    “How do you prove if a person had damaged property?”

    Lalit J. - “We are not going into that currently Mr. Gonsalves”

  • 12 March 2020 6:20 AM GMT

    Singhvi says that the act of erecting “name and shame” banners is a manner of inciting people to lynch and hit the people on the hoardings.

  • 12 March 2020 6:16 AM GMT

    “We don’t have an anarchy in the state that the Government will start doing this!” argues Singhvi

  • 12 March 2020 6:14 AM GMT

    Singhvi continues. “Where is the final order of the authority? This is a mega-blanket approach to name and shame me!”

  • 12 March 2020 6:14 AM GMT

    Singhvi says that his client on 30.12.10, got a show cause notice and he replied to it within 10 days.

    Singhvi further asserts that the order which was passed by the Adjudicating authority was not a final order. This issue is “sub judice.”

  • 12 March 2020 6:11 AM GMT

    Singhvi : “Someones intention might be to shame, anothers may be to lynch. How do we differentiate and how do we control?”

  • 12 March 2020 6:09 AM GMT

    Singhvi: “Since when do we have in this country - that we can name and shame alleged rapists ? Alleged accused? He is liable to be lynched in such a scenario.”

  • 12 March 2020 6:08 AM GMT

    Singhvi says that as a State, they have to show where this affirmative remit for the action of putting up banners come from.

  • 12 March 2020 6:07 AM GMT

    Abhishek Manu Singhvi now begins.

    He is appearing for one of the aggrieved, a Private party, who is also a retired IS officer.

  • 12 March 2020 6:07 AM GMT

    Bench says that Since there is a Judgement which lays out the issue and the SG has read it out, we consider it appropriate to refer this to a 3-Judge Bench.

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