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Can’t refuse arms license unless applicant found unworthy u/s 14 Arms Act : Gujarat HC

@newsdesk_slc Devshibhai Raydebhai Gadher vs State of Gujarat A writ petition was filed in Gujarat HC challenging against the decision of the District Magistrate who stated that the petitioner is not found ineligible to obtain arms license u/s 14 of The Arms Act, 1959. Section 14 clearly explains about the ineligibility of obtaining the arms license. The refusal of the […]

High Court cannot direct regularisation of temporary employees by creating supernumerary posts

Written by Shaurya Mahajan Today, the Supreme Court in the case of State of Gujarat vs R.J. Pathan observed that a High Court cannot direct regularization of temporary employees by creating supernumerary posts. The court noted – “Such a direction to create supernumerary posts is unsustainable. Such a direction is wholly without jurisdiction”, the bench comprising Justices MR Shah and […]

Gujarat High Court to decide Constitutionality of IPC exemption under Section 375 to marital rape

By – Neha Virmani The division bench of High court of Gujarat comprising of Justice J.B Pardiwala and Niral R Mehta heard a challenge writ plea where the petitioner raised the issue of Constitutional validity of Exception 2 of Section 375 which deals with “Rape of married girl under the age of 15.” According to the contention raised by the […]

‘Right To File Complaints Against A Public Servant Flows From Rule Of Law’:Gujarat High Court

The single bench of Justice Gita Gopi, while hearing the application under section- 482 of the Crpc, and Article-226 of the Indian Constitution highlighted that the intention behind the enactment of the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 by the legislature was to make effective provisions for the prevention of bribe and corruption activities amongst the public servants and to have a speedy inquiry and investigation against such government officers which are indulging in such illegal practices.

“How State Visualizes Widow Lady To Earn Livelihood While Being Away From Home?”

The Gujarat High Court asked the State Government to explain‘How State visualizes the lady to earn her livelihood, from being away from her home for six months

On July 6 the Bench of Justice Paresh Upadhyay stayed an externment order passed by the Gujarat Government wherein a widow lady was externed for a time of six months from the District of Bharuch, for offenses of bootlegging liquor.

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