Center moved SC against Madras HC ruling at Pondicherry LG Kiran Bedi

NEW DELHI: On Wednesday, The Supreme Court Approved Against The Judgment The Lieutenant Governor Judged Kiran Bedi Cannot Interfer In The Daily Affairs Of The Elected Government Of The Union Territory.

The Issue Was Listed For An Urgent List For A Court Consisting Of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi And Justice Deepak Gupta Of Solicitor General Tushar Mehta.

There Is A Standstill In The Board There (Ponducherry), Mehta Told The Bank While She Was Looking For An Urgent Case List.

However, The Bank Refused The Request And Said That It Had Previously Made It Clear That Proponents Of An Urgent List Of Their Business Could Give The Listing Memos To The Registrar.

On April 30, The Madras High Court Had Filed A Plea By K Laksminarayanan, An MLA Congress, And The Two Communications Issued By The Union Interior Ministry In January And June 2017, Elevating The Power Of The Administrator.

Referring To The Supreme Court Judgment On The Fight Between Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal And Lt. Governor Anil Baijal, The Supreme Court Had Said That Restrictions Imposed On The Delhi Government Do Not Apply To The Pondicherry Government.

The Administrator Cannot Interfere With The Daily Affairs Of The Government. The Decision Of The Council Of Ministers And The Chief Minister Is Binding On The Secretaries And Other Officers, The High Court Had Said.

In His Petition Before The Supreme Court, Laksminarayanan Had Alleged That The Administrator Intervened In The Daily Management Of The Territorial Government, Its Policies And Programs.