Supreme Court extends stay issued by Allahabad HC against NOIDA CEO Ritu Maheshwari

The Supreme Court has extended the stay on the non-bailable warrant issued by the Allahabad High Court against Noida CEO and IAS officer Ritu Maheshwari till Friday, May 13. The matter is postponed to Friday, May 13. SC requests that it be listed before the proper bench.

The Supreme Court has extended the stay on the non-bailable warrant. Which was issued by the Allahabad High Court against Noida CEO. As well as IAS officer Ritu Maheshwari till Friday, May 13. The matter is postponed to Friday, May 13. SC requests that it be listed before the proper bench.

Chief Justice N V Ramana and Justices Krishna Murari. And Hima Kohli consented to hear Uttar Pradesh official Ritu Maheshwari’s appeal. Which was against the high court’s decision.

“This is a heinous instance in which a lady appeared in the Allahabad High Court. With her lawyer present. And requested a stay of proceedings. According to prominent counsel Mukul Rohatgi. Who is representing the IAS officer. “The high court issued the order asking her to appear and in detention.”

Supreme Court extends stay issued by Allahabad HC against

On Monday, the Supreme Judicial stated that Uttar Pradesh authorities approaching it in defiance of Allahabad High Court judgments has become “regular” and that they do not “respect court orders.”

The senior IAS officer, who is the Chief Executive Officer of the New Okhla Industrial Development Authority (NOIDA). However, has appealed to the Supreme Court against the Allahabad High Court’s issuing of the NBW in a land purchase case. The high court ruling was issued. Because the officer failed to appear in court on time. A lawyer stated on Monday that non-bailable warrants had been issued against a female IAS officer for failing to appear.

“Let her appear. Let her understand,” the bench had said, adding “You are an IAS officer, you know the rules… Every day we see that there is a breach of orders from the Allahabad High Court. This is a routine, every day one or the officer has to come and seek permission. What is this? You do not respect orders of the court,” the bench had observed. Rohatgi brought up the topic again on Tuesday.

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