M’wada liberation day celebrated at National Law Univ

  • | Sunday | 17th September, 2023

CHHATRAPATI SAMBHAJINAGAR: The Maharashtra National Law University, Aurangabad (MNLUA), conducted a colloquium on the eve of the Marathwada Liberation Day on Saturday.The colloquium was inaugurated by Supreme Court Justice Abhay S. Oka and the Chancellor of MNLUA, who spoke about the political and judicial history of the Marathwada region.Karnataka High Court Chief Justice Prasanna B. Varale narrated the verses of the poem of Swami Ramanand Tirtha to pay tribute to those who sacrificed their lives to liberate Marathwada. Madras High Courts chief justice, Sanjay V. Gangapurwala, expressed his utmost pleasure to witness the development of the university brick by brick While the Bombay High Courts Justice Ravindra V. Ghuge congratulated the university for conducting a historic event,We also published the following articles recentlyArmy team to pay tribute to Mwada Liberation soldiersA team from the Indian Armys 3rd Cavalry Regiment will visit Tuljapur to pay tribute to two soldiers who died during the Marathwada Liberation Movement in 1948. The soldiers, Harirajsing and Mangeram, were killed in a battle with the Razakar militia during the Nizam rule. The ceremony will be attended by Harirajsings son, a retired Army official, and Mangerams grandson, a retired Navy official, along with other family members. This will be the first time that personnel from the 3rd Cavalry Regiment will pay tributes.Supreme Court entrusts monitoring of MLA/MP cases to high court chief justicesThe Supreme Court of India has delegated the monitoring of trials of politicians in criminal cases to high court chief justices. The court decided that it was not feasible for them to monitor the progress of these trials. They suggested that the high court chief justices could ask for monthly status reports from district judges, who can then monitor the progress of trials. However, the court will separately decide on the adequacy of the six-year disqualification for politicians convicted of heinous offences.Chief Justice conducts surprise inspection at Dhamtari dist courtThe Chief Justice of Chhattisgarh high court, Ramesh Sinha, conducted a surprise inspection of Dhamtari district court and expressed satisfaction with the courts infrastructure. He also discussed issues faced by advocates and directed the resolution of pending cases on priority. In another development, the Supreme Court of India has delegated the monitoring of trials for politicians convicted of heinous offenses to high court chief justices, and the courts support for the National Judicial Data Grid aims to increase transparency and efficiency in the judiciary.

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