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Jan 30, 2019
12:29PM

SC once again refuses to stay amendments to SC/ST Act

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The Supreme Court once again refused to stay amendments to the SC/ST Act that restored the no anticipatory bail provision.
The court said today that all matters including the Centre's review petition will be heard on February 19th.

A bench headed by Justice UU Lalit said the issue requires hearing in detail and it will be appropriate if all matters are heard on February 19th.

The bench refused to stay the amendments to the SC/ST Act after senior advocate Vikas Singh, appearing for one of the petitioners who had challenged the changes made to the Act, sought an immediate stay on it.

The apex court had said on January 25th that it will consider listing the Centre's review and petitions challenging the amendments to the SC/ ST Act 2018, together before an appropriate bench.

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