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6/23, 12:45] Sekarreporter 1: [6/23, 12:45] Sekarreporter 1: https://twitter.com/sekarreporter1/status/1275326387763609600?s=08 [6/23, 12:45] Sekarreporter 1: The writ petition was filed by one Mr. M.A.Vimal Mohan regard the online class conducted by the schools are pushing young students to great mental and physical suffering etc… the same was listed before the Honourable Mr. Justice R. Subbiah and the Honourable Justice Mr. Krishnan Ramasamy on behalf of the petitioner Mr.J. Ravindran Advocate argued Due to the schools commencing online classes for all standards (Std
by Sekar Reporter · Published June 23, 2020
This Court in a judgment reported in CDJ 2006 MHC 1948 PALANI & OTHERS Vs. THE INSPECTOR OF POLICE PUDHUKOTTAI POLICE STATION AND OTHERS has held that passing a common order against the members of the two parties is not in accordance with law. As per Section 116 of the Code of Criminal Procedure a joint enquiry can be held only in respect of members or association of the same group but not against the members of two rival groups. Clubbing both the groups in one proceedings and directing them to face a joint enquiry is not in accordance with law. In such a view of the matter, this Court is inclined to grant the relief sought for by the petitioner. SATHISH KUMAR, J mvs. Accordingly, this Criminal Original Petition is allowed and the order dated 9/12/2021, made in M.C.No.126/2021/Aa1 passed by the Sub-divisional
by Sekar Reporter · Published July 2, 2022