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Supreme Court bench headed by Chief Justice of India will shortly hear a plea by Delhi government

Lawstreet Journal 27 Apr 2022 9:14pm

Image courtesy: Lawstreet Journal Judiciary Supreme Court bench headed by Chief Justice of India will shortly hear a plea by Delhi government

A SupremeCourt bench headed by Chief Justice of India will shortly hear a plea by Delhi government challenging the Government of NCT Delhi (Amendment) Act, 2021 over the issue of administrative services.

Solicitor General Tushar Mehta submitted that they want to place on record some documents that has not been submitted by the petitioners.

Mehta tells that Legislature was willing to do something in Delhi as it is capital territory. World looks at Delhi as they look at India.

Mehta informed that Balakrishnan committee was appointed  for the purpose of study and its report was discussed & debated in the Parliament.

Referring to the Balakrishnan committee report Mehta said that the basic point is, the committee report which formed part of debates was prepared out of which what they considered, which will give insight of parliamentary legislative intent.

Mehta said that this would not be a matter of a political party vs another, but be guided by capital of this nation & how it would ensure its obligation.

Mehta referring to the Judgment of the SupremeCourt

Over the suggestion of the commission, Mehta added that 239 A is verbatim taken by Parliament, whereas, it has its own sanctity.

Mehta told the bench that the parliament also considered that there are several capital countries and it was seen how other capitals are managed.

When the capitals are well managed, Countries are known by the name of its Capital. We all know London, Mehta added.

However, the bench asked Mehta to argue on the application filed seeking the matter to be transferred… Continue Reading...


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