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Merely Inciting Feelings of One Community Without Any Reference To Any Other Community Cannot Attract Section 153A IPC: Kerala HC

J. Ashok Menon observe that the film set though a temporary structure was being used a place for custody of property like generator, etc which was allegedly stolen and therefore, the provisions of Section 454 IPC were being attracted.

Merely Inciting Feelings of One Community Without Any Reference To Any Other Community Cannot Attract Section 153A IPC: Kerala HC
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Rajasthan HC orders status quo on Speaker notice against Sachin Pilot, MLAs; Centre impleaded in case.

“After completion of filing of pleadings of the parties and the intervenors, Counsel for the parties shall be at liberty to file an application for early hearing of the writ petition. Till then, the ‘status quo’ as exists today viz-a-viz impugned notices dated 14.07.2020 shall be maintained.” -Rajasthan High Court

Rajasthan HC orders status quo on Speaker notice against Sachin Pilot, MLAs; Centre impleaded in case.