A single bench of the Punjab and Haryana High Court has referred the matter to the Chief Justice for constitution of a larger bench to decide on a legal question relating to the Haryana Police’s pending case against the husband before a Gurgaon Court.
Stating that the medical examination of the woman reveals that psychotic illness and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) were treatable with proper medication and regular follow-up treatment, the division bench of Justices Rakesh Kumar Jain and Harnaresh Singh Gill said the illnesses may not be curable but can be managed.
The law against cow slaughter, The Haryana Gauvansh Sanrakshan and Gausamvardhan Act, was enacted in 2015. In the affidavit, the police said 792 FIRs have been registered in the district between November 19, 2015 till March 31, 2019.
The government, in its application, said the date on the court website later showed July 2 as the next date after which state again appeared before the court master and the date was again set for April 23 as “this had been requested by counsel for the petitioner”.
Advocate Charanpal Singh Bagri Saturday filed a PIL claiming that the HPSC, through a recent announcement, has prohibited the candidates from carrying any religious articles inside the examination centre. The Chief Justice directed to constitute a bench to take up the PIL.
The court has also rapped the investigating agencies in general for what it called a "malaise" to "coin various terms like Muslim terrorism, Hindu fundamentalism etc or brand an act of criminal(s) as act(s) of particular religion, caste or community".
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On March 11, when the court was expected to pronounce its verdict, an application was filed by advocate Momin Malik on behalf of Rahila Wakil, daughter of blast victim Muhammad Wakil, and a resident of Hafizabad in Pakistan Punjab.
The court observed that officers “with such an integrity” are “depleting very fast” in “our political, social and administrative system” and that they need protection from the damage done to their careers by such notings on record.
The couples, who marry against the wishes of the families, approach the High Court seeking protection from the threats alleged given by their families. However, the Jalandhar couple’s case is not the only instance where the husband has failed to comply with regard to creating a fixed deposit in the name of the wife.
The Railways Recruitment Cell had rejected the candidature of a Bhiwani resident Naveen Kumar in 2015 after his signatures and writing in the job application’s declaration form and other declaration made during the course of examination in document verification form were not found same.
The court issued notice to the NIA and the accused for March 14, seeking their replies to the application moved by Pakistan Punjab’s Hafizabad resident Rahila Wakil, daughter of victim Muhammad Wakeel, through Panipat-based advocate Momin Malik.
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According to the official response in the case, Umranangal had been associated with the probe earlier, but had said that Bandala had been identified on the basis of the documents recovered from the body.