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Delhi High Court Sought Detailed Reply From Central Government On Agneepath Scheme, Refuses To Impose Interim Stay ANN

Agnipath Case Update: Hearing various petitions filed against the Agneepath...

Agnipath Case Update: Hearing various petitions filed against the Agneepath scheme, the Delhi High Court on Thursday sought a detailed reply from the Central Government. The Central Government has been given 4 weeks to file its reply. The High Court will next hear the matter on October 18. In fact, various petitions filed against the Agneepath scheme were transferred by the Supreme Court to the Delhi High Court, whose hearing is now going on in the Delhi High Court. Meanwhile, the Delhi High Court has refused to put an interim stay on the Agneepath scheme for the time being.

The Supreme Court had asked the Kerala, Punjab-Haryana, Patna and Uttarakhand High Courts to either transfer all the PILs filed by them against the scheme to the Delhi High Court or suspend their decision till then. Until the High Court makes its decision.

Solicitor General Tushar Mehta had said that this plan has been challenged in many High Courts. It would be better if all the petitions should be heard at one place. Whereas one of the petitioners demanded that all the hearings should be held in the Supreme Court. The High Court should be directed on the basis of hearing. Here the Supreme Court had said that after the order of the Delhi High Court, the dissatisfied parties can come to the Supreme Court. On Thursday, the Delhi High Court heard the petitions filed against the Agneepath scheme. The Central Government has been given 4 weeks to file a reply in this hearing. Also, the Delhi High Court has refused to put an interim stay on the Agneepath scheme for the time being. Now the High Court will hear the matter next on October 18.

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