Lawyers With 10 Years Experience Are Eligible For Consumer Commissioner Post: SC
In good news for lawyers with bachelor's degrees, the Supreme Court (SC) paved way for them to be appointed as consumer commissioners. With this, lawyers who have an experience of 10 years are eligible for appointment as President and members of State and District Consumer Commissions. Judgement came on March 3, upholding the Bombay HC verdict, of quashing the rule, saying 20 years of experience needed for the appointment.
Tags: Supreme Court, Lawyers, Education(3624), Consumer Commissioners, SC Verdict
Courtesy: Live Law
Supreme Court To Pronounce Verdict In Karnataka Hijab Ban Row
The Supreme Court will deliver its judgement on the Karnataka Hijab Ban issue, on October 13. The Apex Court bench comprising Justice Hemant Gupta and Sudhanshu Dhulia will pronounce the awaited verdict. The judgement is said to be significant, as the matter was heard by the court for 10-days, with the involvement of as many as 21 lawyers from the petitioner's side, whereas Solicitor General Tushar Mehta from Karnataka Government.
Tags: hijab ban, Karnataka High Court, Supreme Court Judgement, Apex Court Bench, SC Verdict
Courtesy: ANI News
MP Samabhaji Raje Announces Movement For Maratha Quota From June 16
After cancellation of Maratha reservation, Rajya Sabha MP Sambhaji Raje has announced to start agitation from the Shahu Maharaj Samadhi Sthal on June 16. On the 348th coronation anniversary of Shivaji Maharaj, his descendant Sambhaji on June 6 addressed a crowd at Raigad. Raje said, the protest will be for the 70% poor from the community. Notably, the SC, terming the Maratha quota as ‘unconstitutional’ nullified it on May 5.
Tags: Shivaji Maharaj, Sambhaji Raje, Maratha Reservation, SC Verdict, Agitation
Courtesy: Times of India