Delhi High Court
The court made the observation while hearing the petitions on how the health infrastructure is trying to cope with the deadly second wave of the pandemic.
The court said once a seizure was made, the Investigating Officer (IO) shall immediately inform the DC about the same.
The observation by a bench of Justices Vipin Sanghi and Rekha Palli came during hearing of a plea by Maharaja Agrasen Hospital over shortage of oxygen for seriously-ill COVID patients.
A single bench of Justice Navin Chawla said it did not find merit in the petition and refused to quash the CCI probe. The court said probe cannot be quashed merely because CCI did not await the outcome of the cases pending
"You are not exploring all avenues to augment oxygen supply. Beg, borrow or steal," the court told the Centre, and asked why it was not waking up to the gravity of the emergency situation
Justice Manoj Kumar Ohri on Wednesday sought a response from respondents while slated the matter for getting on May 25th.
Future Retail said it will "defend the matter/proceedings through our legal counsels".
The three judges, who were having mild symptoms, received their test reports yesterday, sources said, adding that they did not conduct the court on Monday.
"The wearing of a mask is like a 'suraksha kavach' for preventing the spread of COVID-19," the court said.
The court was approached on the grounds that the asset sale violated a contract that Kishore Biyani entered with Amazon.
The high court had on February 24 issued notices and sought replies of the Ministry of Home Affairs, Delhi Government and Delhi Police on the petition filed by the Delhi Waqf Board.
"Issue notice. Dasti in addition. To come up after three weeks. Rejoinder to be filed two weeks thereafter. List thereafter. Meanwhile, the NCLT proceedings will be allowed to go on but will not culminate in any final order of sanction of scheme," the Court ordered.
A bench headed by Justice R.F. Nariman issued notices to Future Retail and RIL in the matter.
Justice J R Midha said the court was satisfied that an immediate interim order was required to be passed to protect the rights of Amazon.
Amazon has written to Sebi again, this time apprising it about the admission of its appeal before the division of the Delhi HC and urged the market regulator to suspend the review of the Future-RIL deal
The petition, moved by advocate Chaitanya Rohilla, states that the policy gives a 360-degree profile view into a person's online activity and that this level of insight into a person's private and personal activities is done