- Advertisment -
- Advertisment -
HomeBusinessKoshti | 10,000 fine on the petitioner, HC refuses to consider...

Koshti | 10,000 fine on the petitioner, HC refuses to consider Koshti as Halba or Halbi News WAALI

- Advertisment -

Koshti | 10,000 fine on the petitioner, HC refuses to consider Koshti as Halba or Halbi

Court approves sacking of 12 Manpa employees, High Court validates Munde's decision

- Advertisement -

Nagpur. Weaving of cloth has been done by the Kosti society. Halba and Halbi have been working here. Due to which a public interest litigation was filed on behalf of Nanda Parate, requesting recognition of Koshti as Halba or Halbi. After a lengthy hearing on the petition, Justice Sunil Shukre and Justice G.A. Sanap, while rejecting the petition, imposed a fine of Rs 10 thousand on the petitioner. Paid a fine of. For the development of e-library of the High Court, also ordered to deposit this fund with the High Court Bar Association in 4 weeks. On behalf of the petitioner Shrirang Bhandarkar argued. The court said in the order that despite there being no merit in the petition, arguments have been presented. There seems to be some personal agenda in the guise of public interest.

Petitioner guilty of concealment of genuine

The court said in the order that the petitioner is guilty of hiding the reality. It is also visible that some personal agenda is being run by filing the petition. Therefore, such PILs should be quashed. In particular, the petitioner’s husband has lost his claim of being Halba or Halbi not only in the High Court but also in the Supreme Court. It is also not that the petitioner will not claim the social status of being Halba or Halbi in future. The petitioner is well aware of this fact. super. Naranware has not presented the advocacy nama on behalf of the petitioner Nanda Parate. Due to which they do not have the right to represent the petitioner by law. This is the reason why their arguments are being ignored.

Petitioner’s claim not rejected

- Advertisement -

Advocate adjudicating on behalf of Halba Samaj Federation. Shailesh Naranware said that the claim of the petitioner’s husband being ST has been rejected. The claim of the petitioner has not been dismissed. The petitioner has nothing to do with all these things. The claim should be made on the basis of the Constitution Order 1950 or the report of experts of the science of mankind, to call Koshti as Halba or Halbi in the report of the experts of the science of mankind. Whereas neither the government issued any constitutional order nor supported it in the reports of these experts. After the hearing, the court rejected the petition.

RELATED ARTICLES
- Advertisment -

Most Popular