The central government has introduced The New Tribunals Reforms (Rationalisation and service conditions) Bill,2020 in Lok Sabha which sought to override the court order regarding the service length of chairperson, vice-chairpersons and members of tribunals.
Today, the honourable Supreme Court of India refuses to entertain a PIL petition which sought directions to ensure that police strictly followed the guidelines laid down in the Arnesh Kumar Judgement while arresting persons.
Recently, the high court of Karnataka has quashed and set aside a criminal case registered against founders of Bitcoin company, Unicorn for setting up a Bitcoin ATM in Bengaluru in 2018.
22-Year-Old climate activist Disha Ravi was ‘granted bail’ as no adequate evidence of sedition found against her. The Court also stated that a citizen could not be arrested merely because he contradicts government policies. The activist was released only after submitting a personal bond amounting to Rs.1 Lakh and two sureties of equivalent prices.