Delhi: central government approached Supreme Court against plan to deliver door-to-door rations


Amar Ujala Bureau, New Delhi.

Published by: Yogesh sahu
Updated Wed, Nov 10, 2021 05:45 AM IST

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The Central Government has challenged the Delhi High Court order of September 27 in the Supreme Court, which paved the way for the implementation of the Delhi Government door-to-door rationing plan. A three-member bench headed by Judge L Nageswara Rao postponed Tuesday’s hearing at the request of Attorney General Tushar Mehta, who appeared for the central government.

The Attorney General asked the court to postpone the hearing until tomorrow, but chief lawyer Abhishek Manu Singhvi, who is running for the Delhi government, cited some personal difficulties for Wednesday. To this, the bench listed the matter for November 12.

At Singhvi’s request, Judge Rao cheerfully said: “I understand the difficulty. Dr. Singhvi does not want to be in court tomorrow. In fact, Judge Rao had indicated that Singhvi was trying to avoid physical court.

The Central Government has challenged the Delhi High Court order of September 27 in the Supreme Court, which paved the way for the implementation of the Delhi Government door-to-door rationing plan. A three-member bench headed by Judge L Nageswara Rao postponed Tuesday’s hearing at the request of Attorney General Tushar Mehta, who appeared for the central government.

The Attorney General asked the court to postpone the hearing until tomorrow, but chief lawyer Abhishek Manu Singhvi, who is running for the Delhi government, cited some personal difficulties for Wednesday. To this, the bench listed the matter for November 12.

At Singhvi’s request, Judge Rao cheerfully said: “I understand the difficulty. Dr. Singhvi does not want to be in court tomorrow. In fact, Judge Rao had indicated that Singhvi was trying to avoid physical court.


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