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Lawyers attack arrested Kanhaiya Kumar in Patiala House court complex

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A large group of men dressed in lawyers’ robes today again barged into the Patiala House court complex and attacked arrested  JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar  while he was being brought for hearing.
The Supreme Court-appointed team, including Kapil Sibal, Dushyant Dave and Rajiv Dhawan to witness the situation at Patiala House Court first hand. The court further has said that it may appoint local commissioner to take stock of situation at Patiala House Court complex.Lawyers hoot at SC delegation as the panel members reach Patiala House Court

Lawyers also attacked a journalist.

  • SC verbally asked Delhi Police counsel Ajit Sinha to communicate to the magistrate to adjourn hearing, evacuate those present in the court room.
  • Lawyers hoot at SC delegation as the panel members reach Patiala House Court
  • Supreme Court-appointed team, including Kapil Sibal, Dushyant Dave and Rajiv Dhawan to witness the situation at Patiala House Court first hand.Supreme Court to sit beyond 4 pm till it gets report from the delegation on the situation at Patiala House Court.

The group, which could be seen raising slogans “Vande Mataram” and waving India’s flag in the court premises, was led by Vikram Chauhan, one of the lawyers who had attacked JNU students and faculty on February 15.

The journalist, identified as Anwar of news channel CNN IBN, said despite heavy police deployment, clashes erupted in the court complex and the cops’ presence did not deter the lawyers from shouting slogans and fighting with journalists and students.

The Supreme Court had, earlier in the day, restricted the number of people inside the courtroom, allowing only five reporters and two supporters of the arrested students to attend the hearing.

The apex court had acted on a petition that alleged that the police were a “mute spectator to the brazen display of brute force” on February 15.

On Monday, groups of lawyers had beaten up journalists and JNU students and teachers ahead of the hearing of the sedition case registered against Kumar.

Yesterday, top editors of national media and hundreds of journalists had hit the streets demanding action against those involved in beating up members of their fraternity in the court complex in police presence.

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Ayushmann replies to Mumbai Police’s ‘Gulabo Sitabo’ inspired meme

This is not the first time Mumbai Police has used a reference from a Bollywood film to create awareness.

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Mumbai, May 27 : Bollywood actor Ayushmann Khurrana has replied to the COVID-19 meme inspired by his upcoming film, “Gulabo Sitabo”, which has been shared by Mumbai Police.

Mumbai Police on their official account tweeted a still from the film, featuring Ayushamann with his co-star Amitabh Bachchan.

The caption, in Marathi, read: “Home is yours, land is yours, choice is yours, but for going out, permission is ours, for your safety. The safest place to stay away from Coronavirus is your haveli. Do not go out without any reason. Stay safe”

Ayushmann replied to the tweet: “Agdi barobar @DGPMaharashtra Police Gharat Surakshik, baher sadhya nahi (absolutely true Maharashtra Police, home/staying indoors is safe, outside isn’t).”

This is not the first time Mumbai Police has used a reference from a Bollywood film to create awareness.

Previously they have tweeted with stills and dialogues from films like “Main Hoon Na” and “Stree” among many others.

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Delhi Gymkhana Club fights MCA attempts at control, NCLT reserves order

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New Delhi, May 27 : A host of disgruntled members, who lost elections, and applicants, who were denied membership, including a former high ranking member of the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA), launched a tirade against one of the oldest club in India, said the Delhi Gymkhana Club fighting back a petition by MCA seeking its managements control.

The Centre, through an urgent petition moved by MCA, had alleged “fraudulent and rampant mismanagement” by the general committee of the club, besides others, and sought to take over the management control under section 241 and 242 of the Companies Act, 2003.

The club has refuted MCA’s allegations that the affairs are being mismanaged by its general committee. The National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) has reserved the order on the matter.

The club said many disgruntled members’, including Krishna Varma and others, complained against it after having lost the election. Responding to the complaint of Navrang Saini, former high-ranking member in the MCA, the club said it is facing the heat from MCA, after it denied him membership. The club termed MCA’s letter recommending filing a petition against it a “lazy job”.

The written submissions, filed by advocate Gaurav Liberhan on behalf of the club, argued that the MCA merely repeated the word “fraud” several times in its petition, yet it failed to establish fraud.

“Fraud must be specifically pleaded, and the manner of the fraud has to be specifically brought out in the pleadings. This allegation is bereft of pleadings and even otherwise there is no fraud,” argued Liberhan, insisting it is a company by the members and for the members. An outsider to the company even otherwise had neither any locus nor any right to interfere in the internal management of the company, he added.

The club insisted that the MCA failed to establish what is the public interest involved and how the affairs of the company are being run prejudicial to public interest. Citing an authority letter, which was used to file the petition, it said the club letter shows no application of mind or formation of an opinion and it is simply a poor cut and paste job/direction of the Inspector.

“The club functions in terms of its Objects and there is absolutely no misuse of the land for which it holds a perpetual lease under a valid document,” argued the club.

Responding to the membership row, the club said the applicants’ money is refundable on demand and since the monies have been given voluntarily by the applicant, without any promise of time for grant of membership to the applicant by the club, the question of payment of interest does not arise.

The club argued that the present General Committee (GC) is duly elected by its members and all the allegations in the MCA’s petition relate to a period prior to the present GC got elected and since there is no other prayer in the petition, the same ought to be dismissed outright.

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Tamil Nadu govt should present new budget for FY21: MK Stalin

According to Stalin, many small scale units have been closed for over 60 days due to lockdown and workers have lost their jobs.

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Chennai, May 27 : The Leader of the Opposition in Tamil Nadu Assembly and the DMK President M. K. Stalin on Wednesday demanded the Tamil Nadu government present a revised budget for FY21 considering the revenue impact due to the coronavirus spread.

In a statement issued here Stalin said the estimates and allocations announced in the state budget for 2020-21 presented in the Assembly on February 14, this year has all changed now owing to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

As a result, the state budget has to be redrawn, he added

Stalin said question mark hangs over the state’s estimate of its own tax revenue of Rs 1.33 lakh crore for the FY21 out of total tax revenue of Rs 2.19 lakh crore.

According to Stalin, many small scale units have been closed for over 60 days due to lockdown and workers have lost their jobs.

He said it is imperative to reassess the budget 2020-21 presented earlier and draw a new one.

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