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PIL in High Court/ Lockdown unconstitutional, millions of citizens detained without crime: Petitioner


PIL in High Court/  Lockdown unconstitutional, millions of citizens detained without crime: Petitioner

 The whole world, including India, is fighting the Koro epidemic.  It was then that the Indian government decided to reduce the transmission of corona among the people by taking a lockdown.

 A petitioner has filed a PIL against the Central Government in the Gujarat High Court, declaring the lockdown decision taken by PM Modi unconstitutional.

  •  Non-disclosure application in HC with claim that the decision of lockdown in the country is improper
  •  The petitioner sought to declare the lockdown unconstitutional
  •  The High Court directed the Central Government to file a report on the whole matter

 The lockdown by the petitioner was heard in the Gujarat High Court today by video conference on PIL.

 High Court Justice R.  like this.  A joint bench of shadow and Justice Ilesh Vora conducted the hearing.  Following the petitioner's pil, a bench of the High Court has issued a notice to the Central Government seeking enforcement of the lockdown.  In the near future, the Central Government will have to file a reply to the Gujarat High Court regarding the lockdown.

 The petitioner's application states that the lockdown process is unconstitutional.  The petitioner told the court that the apex court had earlier ruled that Article 21 of the Constitution could not be violated during any crisis in the country.

  But it breaks down into immediate lockdowns.  In addition, the central government cannot implement a lockdown without the recommendation of the National Task Force.

 The petitioner questioned in the public interest that millions of citizens of the country were placed under house arrest without any offense in the name of lockdown.

  The petitioner also quoted PM Modi as telling the court that the lockdown could not be extended abruptly without mentioning the Disaster Management Act and the Epidemic Diseases Act.  In which Articles 13,14,19,21 of the Constitution have been violated.

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