Hearing was heard in Supreme Court today on the petition of Congress supporter Tehsin Poonawala against the restrictions in Jammu and Kashmir. The Supreme Court has refused to intervene in the matter at present. The Supreme Court has said that the government is reviewing the situation every day. They should get a chance for a few days. If the court intervenes today, this will increase complexity. The matter will now be heard after two weeks.
Do not resort to soldiers - Supreme Court from petitioner
During the hearing, Poonawala's lawyer Maneka Guruswamy argued that the people of Kashmir and the soldiers stationed there were facing a lot of trouble due to the communication stagnation. On this, a three-judge bench headed by Justice Arun Mishra said that why are you talking about soldiers now? This is not your petition. Do not resort to soldiers.
The Supreme Court sought a response from the Attorney General on the petitioner's plea. The Attorney General said that law and order is our priority. Still, people are being least inconvenienced. The Attorney General said that there have been worse conditions in Kashmir before. We are moving towards betterment. Everything is expected to be normal in three months. Discount is being increased every day. It is important to keep the situation peaceful. If any incident happens then who will take responsibility.
The government should get a chance for a few days - the court
On this, the court said that the government is reviewing the situation every day. They should get a chance for a few days. The court said that the situation cannot be normal overnight. If the court intervenes today, this will increase complexity. During this, the court also asked who are these petitioners? Let's file a petition on every issue? We are not doubting the intention, but it will not be appropriate to interfere now.
During the hearing, the Supreme Court told the petitioner that you filed the petition in haste without preparation. On this, the petitioner's lawyer said that we will amend and file the petition. On this, the court told the petitioner that you wait and give the opportunity to return to normalcy. If this situation continues, you can come to court later.