Supreme Court has accepted ML Sharma’s apology for his remars against parliamentarians and has allowed him to file PILs with certain checks.
NJAC Challenge: Five-Judge Bench to hear on merits and decide; No reference to larger bench for now.
Constitution Bench rejects plea to refer NJAC challenge to a larger bench and shall hear and decide the matter on merits before taking a decision to refer.
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.
Justice Anil R Dave recuses himself from the Constitutional Bench hearing the challenge to the Constitution (Ninety –Ninth Amendment) Act, 2014 and National Judicial Appointments Commission Act, 2014 after Sr. Advocate Fali S Nariman objects.
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