Case Laws Part-2

Case Title:- Manoj Girraj Versus State of Rajasthan

This case is related to→→ the Right of the accused.

In this case The Rajasthan High court says that, “getting a copy of the charge sheet is a fundamental right of the accused”

This Legible copy provide by→→ DGP and Judicial Magistrate.

The Rajasthan High Court, while issuing important instructions regarding the charge sheet to be presented by the police in criminal cases, said that every accused should be provided with a legible copy of the charge sheet.

Case Title:- State of Maharashtra vs Bhagwan

This case is related to→→ Marital Rape.

Marital Rape : Delhi High Court Continues Hearing Petitions Challenging Exception To Section 375 IPC

In this case,  Justice C Hari Shankar says,

Marital rape according to me should be punished, prima facie.

There should be no doubt about it. Women’s sexual autonomy, bodily integrity, right to say no, there can’t be a compromise,”
 

Case Title:- Evara Foundation v. Union Of India And Ors

This case laws is related to→→ Vaccination of the person.

In this case, the supreme court says,

“No person shall be vaccinated forcefully and also state that It is not mandatory to carry a vaccine certificate for any purpose”. 

The Central Government has made it clear before the Supreme Court that there is no COVID-19 vaccination mandate and that vaccination is not mandatory.

Conclusion

This article discussed the main case laws of the week.

Manoj Girraj Versus State of Rajasthan→ This case law deals with the right of the accused. In this Rajasthan High court stated that Accused has the right to take a copy of the charge sheet.

State of Maharashtra vs Bhagwan→  This case law deals with marital rape. In this case, Court says that,’Marital rape is punishable and women have right to dignity and right to say no whether she is in the bond of marriage “

Evara Foundation v. Union Of India And Ors→ This Case Laws deals with the vaccination of the person. Court says that, No person shall be vaccinated forcefully and also state that It is not mandatory to carry a vaccine certificate for any purpose.

 

Also Read the Case Laws Part-1

 

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