ML Sharma’s PIL sought to declare separatists’ funding as “unconstitutional and illegal”.
PIL seeks setting up of special courts to do a day-to-day hearing to complete the task.
Petition claims that Ministers can issue directions or policy orders only under Articles 74, 77 and 78 of the Constitution of India.
Supreme Court has accepted ML Sharma’s apology for his remars against parliamentarians and has allowed him to file PILs with certain checks.
Supreme Court has issued notice to ML Sharma asking why he should not be barred from filing PILs for his “irresponsible and scandalous” remarks against MPs.
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Supreme Court Women Lawyers Association has filed a writ petition before the Supreme Court of India seeking action against Manohar Lal Sharma, a defence lawyer in the 2012-Delhi gang rape-murder trial, for his comments in the BBC documentary – “India’s Daughter”