जय हो 🙂👍🇮🇳🙏.— Alka Lamba 🇮🇳🙏 (@LambaAlka) June 3, 2020
जाता है तू कहाँ ;).
Bombay High Court serves notices to Union government on PM-CARES fund - india news - Hindustan Times https://t.co/aWcGVLI0Va
High Court has declared the Lockdown Regulations are invalid & unconstitutional.— Tumi Sole (@tumisole) June 2, 2020
This doesn’t mean that you aren’t bound by them though!
Con Court has to confirm this first.
Interesting times! pic.twitter.com/isjagjT1kz
Unimaginable! An elected Lok Sabha MP has to move Calcutta High Court to seek permission to provide relief material to people in his constituency during Covid! Wonder how mean Mamata Govt can get and deprive people of relief for her petty politics! https://t.co/VVs0NNUT6F— BJP Bengal (@BJP4Bengal) June 2, 2020
The N-Gauteng High Court reminds NDZ that SA needs to be governed in accordance with constitutional prescripts, not by whim or predilection. Had it not been for the judiciary’s guidance, our government would long ago have shipwrecked us for want of its own moral North Star.— Pieter-Louis Myburgh (@PLMyburgh) June 2, 2020
28 years ago today, the Mabo decision in the High Court overturned the doctrine of 'Terra Nullius', ruling that Aboriginal people held native title before the colonisation of Australia.— Bill Shorten (@billshortenmp) June 3, 2020
We have a long way to go towards reconciliation, & must continue the march forward. #MaboDay pic.twitter.com/2zWEgP4BOg
Government has taken note of the judgment delivered by the Gauteng Division of the High Court today, 2 June 2020, declaring the Alert Level 4 and Alert Level 3 Lockdown regulations unconstitutional and invalid: https://t.co/QDgHYej8Fd— South African Government (@GovernmentZA) June 2, 2020
The Gauteng North High Court has declared the lockdown regulations unconstitutional. However, the order is suspended until such time @DlaminiZuma and the @GovernmentZA review, amend and republish the regulations. They have 14 days to do so. pic.twitter.com/xyKVtkiVXw— Yusuf Abramjee (@Abramjee) June 2, 2020
Delhi High Court imposes fine on controversial former MP Sasikala Pushpa and orders to pay Rs. Two lakhs each to Facebook and Google-YouTube https://t.co/hmFTCLqlVa via @PGurus1 : Did I not say this earlier ? Swamy— Subramanian Swamy (@Swamy39) June 3, 2020
Delhi High Court rejects NGO plea on welfare schemes for people amid COVID-19 lockdownhttps://t.co/TnhcPGktZj— Zee News English (@ZeeNewsEnglish) June 3, 2020