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The petition is listed for hearing before Justice Yashwant Verma. (File Photo: PTI)
The matter, which will be heard by a bench of Chief Justice Satish Chandra Sharma and Subramanian Prasad, was set up in October 2020.
The Delhi High Court is scheduled to hear pending criminal cases against Members of Parliament (MPs) and Legislative Assemblies (MLAs) on Friday.
The matter, which will be heard by a bench of Chief Justices Satish Chandra Sharma and Subramanyam Prasad, was set up by the court on its own in October 2020 after the Supreme Court directed all high courts to monitor pending criminal cases against legislators. what was
The Supreme Court issued the directive after observing that there has been no substantial improvement in disposal of pending criminal cases against current and former legislators. The High Court will also hear a plea by the Public Works Department (PWD) challenging the order of the Deputy Conservator of Forests imposing a fine of Rs 38.7 lakh on it for allegedly Failure to concretize trees in Vasant Vihar is blamed.
The petition is listed for hearing before Justice Yashwant Verma. The department has stated in its petition that the penalty was levied despite completion of concretization of trees and information being formally submitted before the High Court through various status reports/compliance affidavits.
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