Delhi High Court News
The Delhi High Court on Friday adjourned the hearing on an anticipatory bail plea of Congress leader Karti Chidambaram for July 12. Karti had moved a petition seeking anticipatory bail in a money laundering case connected with the Chinese visa case. Enforcement Directorate assured the Court of no coercive action till the next date of hearing.
The Delhi High Court has said that CCTVs installed in police stations should have audio as well as video footage. It asked a local police station to explain why an audio system was not installed as directed by the Supreme Court. CCTVs are to be installed in police stations, lock-ups, corridors, reception areas, inspector's rooms, station hall, etc.
Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay has moved a PIL to make 'Health and Yoga Science' mandatory till class 8. He submitted that Right to Health and Right to Education are complementary and supplementary to each other. He also added that the NCERT has not yet published standard textbooks of `Health & Yoga Science`.
Delhi High Court has directed AIIMS to constitute a board to hear the grievances of employees. No punitive measures would be taken immediately on the persons identified in the incident. Earlier, AIIMS issued a warning to its employees and faculty members, saying that no staff will ‘cease work for any reason’.