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If ill-treated, elderly parents can take back property gifted to son: Bombay HC rules

The Bombay High Court has ruled that elderly parents can reclaim their property given to a son as a gift if he neglects to take care of them or harass them. The Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act, 2007 has arrangements that secure biological, step-parents, grandparents, and senior citizens who have signed away their property or assets to a person so that they would be taken care of but are then left dejected. If a senior citizen has signed an agreement after 2007 to move his or her share in the property on the condition that their basic needs would be taken care of, but the person disrespects the agreement, then a support council will be enabled to subdue the agreement. Src: https://bit.ly/32RISlx

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Bombay HC Approves Maharashtra’s Maratha quota but reduces it to 12-13%

The Bombay High Court on Thursday upheld the constitutional validity of reservation for the Maratha community in government jobs and education. However, the quota percentage will be reduced from 16 to 12 or 13 percent, as recommended by the State Backward Classes Commission. The court was hearing a bunch of petitions challenging Maharashtra government’s decision granting a 16 percent reservation to the Maratha community. The reservation will be in addition to the existing 52 percent overall reservation. The government means to alleviate the Maratha community, which it considers socially and economically backward. Src-https://bit.ly/31YIT6M

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Bombay HC Admits Appeal Challenging Acquittal of All 22 Accused in the Sohrabuddin Sheikh encounter

Bombay HC on Monday admitted appeals filed by Sohrabuddin Sheikh’s brother Rubabuddin challenging the acquittal of the accused in the killing of his brother and sister-in-law Kauser Bi. The accused were acquitted by CBI in December. Sheikh, a wanted criminal, was killed in an alleged encounter in November 2005. His wife was allegedly raped and killed three days later. The prosecution could not prove a conspiracy for the killing; of which BJP leader Amit Shah was one of the acquitted. Of the 210 witnesses examined, 92 were declared hostile.

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4 accused in Malegaon 2006 blast case get bail

The Bombay High Court granted bail to four accused in 2006 Malegaon blast case, upsetting a 2016 order by a special trial court which had rejected their plea. A bench of Justice Mohanty and Justice AM Badar of the High Court permitted the bail pleas in claims filed by Manohar Narwaria, Dhan Singh, Lokesh Sharma, and Rajendra Chaudhry. Intervenor Shafiq Ahmed Salim had opposed the appeals. The bench in its judgement said, "we are unfit to agree with the findings of the learned Special Judge to the effect that there are reasonable grounds for accepting that allegation against appellants/accused persons in prima facie true," and thus held them entitled to be released on bail during the pendency of their trial in the case.

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