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Sharad Yadav Seeks time to Vacate official Bunglow on Humanitarian Grounds, Supreme Court Seeks Centre's Response

Lawstreet Journal 30 Mar 2022 8:20am

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Case Title: Sharad Yadav v. Ram Chandra Prasad Singh And Ors.| SLP(C) No. 5235/2022 

The Supreme Court on Monday asked Center if it can consider on "humanitarian grounds" the plea of former Union Minister Sharad Yadav seeking more time to vacate his official bungalow in Delhi, as he is suffering from numerous ailments.

A bench comprising Justices DY Chandrachud and Surya Kant was considering a special leave petition filed by Yadav challenging the Delhi High Court's direction of March 15 that he should vacate his official accommodation at Bungalow no. 7, Tughlak Road, New Delhi, within 15 days.

Senior Advocate Kapil Sibal, appearing for Yadav, submitted that Yadav was on ventilator for many days and has to undergo dialysis on a daily basis. The bench asked Additional Solicitor General Sanjay Jain to get instructions as to giving Yadav time on humanitarian grounds on condition that he will file an undertaking to vacate.

The matter will be next considered on March 31. 

What Transpired In The Supreme Court Today?

When the matter was called for hearing, Senior Advocate Kapil Sibal submitted that the Division Bench had passed an order in a disposed off application.

"Writ Petition on which I had never asked for Single Day's adjournment, the other side came to this court got a stay of the proceedings that was not being heard. On Feb 23, the division bench disposed of the application directing the matter to be heard and the matter is to be heard on April 21. Judge passes the impugned order in the application… Continue Reading...


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