It was demanded that the entry of non-Hindus in the campus should be restricted and the Hindu symbols found in the Gyanvapi campus should be preserved until the Varanasi district court decides on the Shringar Gauri case.
“We find the Constitution bench did not pass any order on the appointment. We are not inclined to issue notice, accordingly, the matter is dismissed,” the bench said.
The plea stated that if the term I.N.D.I.A. will be used by the Indian and International Media as an acronym but not in its full form (Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance), it will create a sense of confusion among innocent citizens.
Dismissing the PIL, the bench said that the top court should not become some kind of an appellant authority for such matters.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday dismissed a PIL seeking re-classification of the caste system, and expressed expressed concern over the filing of frivolous public interest litigations before it.
A video of the public flogging of the arrested protesters by policemen has become viral during the last one week or more.
A public interest litigation (PIL) was filed in the high court on Monday challenging Governor CV Ananda Bose’s decision to appoint interim vicechancellors (VC) of 11 universities.
To an argument that the President addresses the joint session of parliament at the start of the budget session, the new building too should be inaugurated by the President, the apex court asked the petitioner what was the correlation between the two.
The public interest petition by an advocate states that the statement by the Lok Sabha Secretariat on May 18 on the inauguration of the new Parliament building is “illegal, arbitrary, high handed, whimsical and unfair, abuse of authority and against the principles of natural justice”.