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On 6.12.2017, Mr. Gopal Subramanium, appearing for the NCT  continued his rejoinder before the 5-Judge Constitutional Bench hearing the case pertaining to the Special Status of Delhi.  In the hearing on 5.12.2017, Mr. Subramanium argued for establishing Delhi as a special Union Territory with the Council of Ministers having substantive legislative -executive powers. Today, on the last… Read More

On 5.12.2017, Mr. Gopal Subramanium , appearing for the NCT  began  his rejoinder before the Constitutional Bench hearing the case pertaining to the Special Status of Delhi.  In the last hearing on 30.11.2017, the Union had concluded arguments by highlighting the instances of constitutional violation by the Delhi Government. Today, Mr. Subramanium focused on the special status… Read More

On 30.11.2017, Additional Solicitor General Maninder Singh, appearing for the Union of India continued with his arguments before the Constitutional Bench hearing the case pertaining to the Special Status of Delhi.  In the last hearing on 29.11.2017, Mr. Maninder Singh identified the constitutional sources which made the President the ultimate authority of the NCT of Delhi…. Read More

On 29.11.2017, Additional Solicitor General Maninder Singh, appearing for the Union of India continued with his arguments before the Constitutional Bench hearing the case pertaining to the Special Status of Delhi. In the previous hearing on 28.11.2017, ASG Maninder Singh had argued that the status of NCT of Delhi even with an elected Assembly was no… Read More

On 28.11.2017, Additional Solicitor General Maninder Singh, appearing for the Union of India continued with his arguments before the Constitutional Bench hearing the case pertaining to the special status of Delhi. Today. In the last hearing on 23.11.2017, Mr. Maninder Singh argued that the text of Article 239AA and the provisions of GNCT Act, 1991 made the… Read More

On 23.11.2017, Additional Solicitor General Maninder Singh appearing on behalf of the Union of India commenced his arguments before the Constitutional Bench hearing the case pertaining to Special Status of Delhi, which had been granted to the National Capital Territory under Article 239AA. Mr Singh contended that Article 239AA is a complete code in itself… Read More

On 22.11.2017, Additional Solicitor General Maninder Singh, appearing for the Union of India continued with his arguments before the Constitutional Bench hearing the case pertaining to the special status of Delhi. The thrust of Mr Maninder Singh’s arguments was that the President, through the Lt. Governor (LG), was the head of the government of National Capital Territory… Read More

On 16.11.2017, hearings in Special Status of Delhi Case – GNCT v UOI continued for the seventh day, before the  five-judge bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra, Justices A.M. Khanwilkar, D.Y. Chandrachud, A.K. Sikri and Ashok Bhushan. Mr Rajeev Dhavan opened by observing that the government in Delhi was appointed via the means of an election that was regulated by the Election… Read More

On 15.11.2017, hearings in Special Status of Delhi Case – GNCT v UOI continued for the sixth day, before the five-judge bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra, Justices A.M. Khanwilkar, D.Y. Chandrachud, A.K. Sikri and Ashok Bhushan. Mr Rajeev Dhavan continued his arguments from yesterday. He contended that it is imperative for the Court to examine the principle of Cooperative Federalism, as it is… Read More