The judgment by additional sessions judge B J Ganatra said, “According to him (Patel), the wider interest of society is more important than the personal right and the court has been set up to uphold this interest and provide legal justice…. (but) the court cannot ignore violation of law.”
The two arrested accused have been identified as Uday Prajapati (25) and Meet Prajapati (22), cousins who are natives of Patan. Police said that the accused were printing fake Indian currency notes using a colour printer which was found at their rented flat.
To oppose Patel’s application filed on June 30, the state, before the sessions court in Ahmedabad, broadly reiterated on his “criminal antecedents” and instances where he skipped trial appearances in relation to a sedition case.
When CWC officials at the Paldi office checked the documents and biometrics of the candidate, they found that the candidate’s picture in the database of CWC Delhi did not match with that of the accused Ravi Kumar Meena.
According to western railway officials, the uncoupled coaches were rejoined and the train was back on its journey in half an hour.
Dharmendra Prajapati (38), who has a clinic in Gandhinagar, stated in his petition that the use of loudspeakers by mosques at various times of the day causes “great inconvenience and disturbance to nearby residents.”
According to the police, a 20-year-old woman of Assam was brought from Hyderabad to Ahmedabad a few months ago by a 27-year-old man under the pretext of marriage.
Senior advocate Prakash Jani, representing Kalorex Group CEO Manjula Pooja Shroff, submitted that the nature of allegations doesn’t demand custodial interrogation at this stage.
Infected employees are also facing another issue with the private hospitals in Ahmedabad refusing to recognise the Contributory Health Service Scheme (CHSS) that subsidises treatment costs for employees, as “it pays the hospital less”.
In yet another case, police also arrested a 32-year-old man from Sarkhej area of Ahmedabad for stealing 13 buffaloes and allegedly slaughtering eight of them.
As per the guidelines, the principal judicial officer of courts shall identify and earmark a dedicated room with facility of window that can operate as a special counter where litigants or advocates shall submit physical cases in a sealed envelope, between 11 am and 2 pm.
As many as 1,052 fresh Covid-19 cases were reported on Monday, taking the state tally to 57,051. Death toll stood at 2,367 with 22 more succumbing to the virus in a day.
Apart from Gujarat, six other states and the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) also follow the tradition of awarding the DGP’s Commendation Disc to officers for their efficient work.
Police have also launched an investigation to find out if the accused had pushed any other victim women into prostitution in the past.
South Gujarat president of the Khedut Samaj Gujarat (KSG), Patel, also known as Jayesh ‘Delad’ after the village he belongs to, is also one of the 18 directors of Sumul Dairy, which has over 2.5 lakh members. He also headed the Parshottam Farmers Mandal.
The AOPS launched the social media campaign ‘SaveOurSchools’ opposing the government’s order, to collect no fees from the parents till the schools open regularly, which claimed to have over one lakh tweets in four hours.
The death toll reached 2,345 with 21 more succumbing to the virus in a day.
The Sardar Sarovar across Narmada River in Narmada district of south Gujarat region accounted for almost half of that with a gross storage of 4913.72 mcm.
According to police, the incident occurred on Saturday when Prakash Vegda (23), a resident of Baldana village, was heading towards his relative’s place around 6 pm.
As per an order released on Saturday, the directives will be enforced from July 27 to August 5. Eid al Adha or Bakra Eid is expected to fall on August 1 this year.
The essay, in Gujarati titled, “When Civil hospital took the bullet in the chest…” recalls how from the 2001 earthquake, the 2008 serial blasts to the coronavirus pandemic the hospital has catered to 95 lakh patients.
Heavy rainfall occurred across Gujarat on Saturday in the districts of Gandhinagar, Mehsana, Kheda, Tapi, Amreli, Surendranagar, Surat, Bharuch, Dang, Porbandar, Sabarkantha, Devbhumi Dwarka and Jamnagar.
As per the government press release, with the Unlock 1 and 2 guidelines, the government buses and private buses were running across the state following the norms of social distancing and sanitisation.
Since the first plasma donation in the state in Ahmedabad on April 18 from a 24-year-old woman who had returned from Paris and contracted the viral infection, there have been 105 donations in Ahmedabad as of July 23, of which 60 have taken place in July.
The municipal body findings has also refuted Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) reports that was not made public on the sero survey done in May during lockdown the containment areas that indicated 49 per cent seropositivity, which were cited by a section of the media.