The directive stated that the state government ought to take into account the grievances of the Nepalese people who are not tribes but have been residing in the hill areas of Manipur for more than two centuries.
The High Court permitted the state government and the investigating officer of the case to move before the Chief Judicial Magistrate, Chandel for police custody and for further proceedings.
A single bench of the high court, Justice MV Muralidaran gave the directive following a writ petition filed by one Md Zahir Shah.
The high court also directed Manipur University to cancel or recall a corrigendum that notified that the list of 12 short-listed candidates stood superseded.
The direction was issued by the division bench in connection to the cases taken up by the court for re-monitoring criminal cases against MPs and MLAs of the state.
The Manipur High Court has permitted Jarnail Singh to leave Manipur University by November 30
The final hearing of the case was heard on September 7, 2020.
All the courts in the state will take up motion cases, urgent cases, limited regular cases and special ordered cases through video conferencing, stated a notice signed by the registrar general of the high court A Guneshwar Sharma.
If video conferencing is not possible due to any reason, the court proceeding may return to physical court by maintaining strict COVID-19 protocol and social distancing on permission.
The directive was issued by a single bench of Justice MV Muralidaran in response to a petition filed by Minister Bishwajit.
The high court directed the state government to to share all information without any discrimination except those which are exempted under the provision of section 8 RTI Act with the general public relating to any action taken by it towards combating COVID-19 crisis.
The High Court bench comprising Justice Lanunsungkum Jamir and Justice A Bimol directed respondents of the three writ petitions to file counter-affidavits within 10 days and listed the matter on July 17.
The High Court of Manipur issued a notice on the restriction of court sittings till July 10.
The inaction on the part of the speaker to decide the petitions within a reasonable time or for that matter, his conduct towards disposal of the petitions is legally malafide, said the petitioners’ counsel.
The high court has listed the matter to be conducted on June 3
The division bench has asked the state government to respond to the order by June 16.