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Supreme Court ruling on Salwa Judum

Supreme Court ruling on Salwa Judum

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The full judgement of the Supreme Court in 2011 which effectively struck down the controversial Salwa Judum - a movement engineered by Congress leader Mahendra Karma who was assassinated in a Naxal attack on 25 May in Chhattisgarh.
The full judgement of the Supreme Court in 2011 which effectively struck down the controversial Salwa Judum - a movement engineered by Congress leader Mahendra Karma who was assassinated in a Naxal attack on 25 May in Chhattisgarh.

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Published by: Firstpost on May 27, 2013
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ITEM NO.44 COURT NO.9 SECTION PILS U P R E M E C O U R T O F I N D I RECORD OF PROCEEDINGSWRIT PETITION (CIVIL) NO(s). 250 OF 2007 NANDINI SUNDAR & ORS. Petitioner(s)VERSUSSTATE OF CHATTISGARH Respondent(s)(With appln(s) for directions,extension of time,impleadment and  permission to file additional documents and office report ) WITH W.P(CRL.) NO. 119 of 2007(With appln.(s) for interim directions and office report) WITH W.P.(CRL.) NO. 103 OF 2009(With appln.(s) for directions and directions and impleadment and direction and permission to file additional documents and directions and office report)Date: 05/07/2011 These Petitions were called on for hearing today.CORAM :HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE B. SUDERSHAN REDDYHON'BLE MR. JUSTICE SURINDER SINGH NIJJAR For the appearing parties : WP 119/07Ms. Sumita Hazarika, Adv. Ms. Menaka Guruswamy, Adv. Ms. Shubhashani, adv.  WP 250/07Ms. Nitya Ramakrishnan, Adv. Ms. Menaka Guruswamy, Adv. Mr. Rahul Kripalani, Adv. Mr. Bipin Aspatwar, Adv. Mr. Gopal Subramanium, SG Mrs. Sunita Sharma, Adv. Mr. Anand Verma, Adv. Mr. Anurudh Sharma, Adv. Mr. S.N. Terdal, Adv. Ms. Sushma Suri, Adv.For CBIMr. P.K. Dey, Adv. WP(Crl)Mr. T.A. Khan, Adv.103/09Mr. A.K. Sharma, Adv.Ms. Anitha Shenoy ,Adv W.P.(Crl.)Mr. Colin Gonsalves, Sr.Adv.
103/09Mr. Divya Jyoti, Adv. Ms. Jyoti Mendiratta, Adv.-2-State ofChhattisgarhDr. Manish Singhvi, Adv. Mr. Atul Jha, Adv.Mr. Dharmendra Kumar Sinha ,Adv. Mr. Naveen R. Nath, Adv.UPON hearing counsel the Court made the followingO R D E R  W.P.(C) No. 250 of 2007For the reasons given in the reportable order, theState of Chattisgarh and the Union of India is directed tosubmit compliance reports with respect to all the ordersand directions issued today within six weeks from today.List for further directions in the first week ofSeptember, 2011. W.P.(C) No. 119 of 2007 W.P.(C) No. 103 of 2009These matters be also listed along with W.P.(C) No.250 of 2007 in the first week of September, 2011.(Sukhbir Paul Kaur) (Renuka Sadana)Court Master
Court Master(Signed reportable order in W.P.(C) No.250 of 2007 is placed on the file)
REPORTABLEIN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CIVIL ORIGINAL JURISDICTION WRIT PETITION (CIVIL) NO. 250 OF 2007 Nandini Sundar and Ors. …PetitionersVersusState of ChattisgarhRespondentO R D E R I We, the people as a nation, constituted ourselves as a sovereigndemocratic republic to conduct our affairs within the fourcorners of the Constitution, its goals and values. We expect the benefits of democratic participation to flow to us all of us-, so that we can take our rightful place, in the league ofnations, befitting our heritage and collective genius.Consequently, we must also bear the discipline, and the rigourof constitutionalism, the essence of which is accountability of power, whereby the power of the people vested in any organ ofthe State, and its agents, can only be used for promotion ofconstitutional values and vision. This case represents a yawninggap between the promise of principled exercise of power in aconstitutional democracy, and the reality of the situation inChattisgarh, where the Respondent, the State of Chattisgarh,claims that it has a constitutional sanction to perpetrate,indefinitely, a regime of gross violation of human rights in a manner, and by adopting the same modes, as done by

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