The Madras High Court has allowed Karti Chidambaram, son of former union minister, P Chidambaram to travel abroad. The order came despite strong objections raised by the Central Bureau of Investigation citing lookout circulars against him.
The Look out Circular issued against Karti Chidambaram, son of former union minister, P Chidambaram will be decided by the Madras High Court. The Supreme Court on Wednesday sent back the matter to the Madras HC and asked it to decide on the matter.
A civil suit filed by Perambur MLA P. Vetrivel which sought orders to prohibit both factions of All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam( AIADMK) from conducting a joint general council meeting on Tuesday was rejected by the Madras High Court. However the Chief Justice allowed Vetrivel to file an appeal.
The Madras High Court has stayed the look out circular issued against Karti Chidambaram, son of former union minister, P Chidambaram. The court granted the stay after Karti had challenged the LOC issued against him by the Central Bureau of Investigation. The circular issued against Karti had been issued to all airports to prevent him from travelling abroad.
The look out circular against Karti Chidambaram was issued to prevent him from leaving the country like Vijay Mallya, the CBI’s counsel told the Madras High Court. The submission was made at the Madras High Court on a petition filed by Karti, son of former union Chidambaram who challenged the LOC issued against him.
The Central Bureau of Investigation has issued a look-out circular against Karti Chidambaram son of former union minister Chidambaram. Immediately after the circular was issued, he moved the Madras High Court challenging the same. The circular issued against Karti has been issued to all airports. This means he will not be allowed to leave the country. In the High Court he has challenged the same and the matter has been posted for Monday for further hearing.
The Supreme Court has allowed the CBSE to declare the NEET 2017 result. The petition filed by the CBSE was allowed by the Supreme Court. As a result of this order, CBSE can declare the results for the MBBS and BDS courses.
The NEET 2017 results are unlikely to be declared this week also. A fresh petition has been filed in the Madras High Court seeking to cancel NEEW which was held for admission to MBBS and BDS courses for the academic year 2017-18.
The plea was rejected the Madurai Bench of the Madras high Court.
The Madras high court has directed the police to file an affidavit regarding the AIADMK MLAs lodged in a resort near Chennai. The court sought to know the exact status of the MLAs who have been carted away by Sasikala to a resort.
It may recalled that the government had told the court that the information regarding the MLAs staying at the resort was wrong. The government submitted that all they were staying at the MLAs hostel out of their own will.