The Supreme Court today directed all states and UTs to provide dry ration to all sex workers, as identified by the National AIDS Control Organisation and district legal authorities, without insisting on ration card or any other identity proof, in the wake of hardships faced by them due to the pandemic.
A PIL has been moved in the honourable Supreme Court seeking direction to the centre to impose presidential rule as per Article- 356 of the Indian constitutional in Uttar Pradesh. The PIL stated that the situation went out of state government’s control.
Today, the Kerala HC passed an interim order which made clear that no adverse action, suo moto case or FIR shall be registered against any person under Section-118A of the Kerala Police Act, 2011, until the state government takes a decision on its implementation.
Recently, a suggestion was made by senior advocate Vikas Singh, stating Justice Madan lokur to be appointed as the head of committee to look into stubble burning menace. Where, the honourable Supreme Court has accepted the suggesting and held the committee to prevent the problem from assuming unmanageable proportions.