Summary of Modi Govt replies to Demonetisation Debate in SC Supreme Court of India #law #legal #Advocate.

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The government of India is debating the legality of demonetization in the Supreme Court of India. The government argues that the decision was made for valid reasons and that the notification is still in effect. The court is discussing the government's policy and the implications of the decision.

  • 00:00:00 The video discusses the debate over whether or not a demonstration can be done by the government using its power under Article 124 or Article 26 of the Indian Constitution. The video points out that, according to Mississippi, the title of the parliament essentially gives the executive the power to make decisions in an emergent situation without immediately taking certain policy decisions. The government policy, the wisdom of the government, and the manner in which the demonstration was done are all aspects of the matter that can be examined. The video also mentions that the court will likely differ on the issue of whether or not a demonstration can be done, and that there are other implications if the act is not under a challenge.
  • 00:05:00 The petitioner, an attorney, questions the legality of the government's decision to demonetize currency, arguing that the decision was made without enough information or consultation. The government responds that the decision was made for valid reasons and that the notification is still in effect.
  • 00:10:00 The court in India is discussing the legality of demonetisation, and the government's response. The distinct between the 1978 uh act and what's happening today is important, and there are a large number of issues being taken into account. The scope of the court's jurisdiction is discussed, and it is stated that the government's policy is one aspect of the matter which can be examined. However, further issues need to be taken into account before an answer can be given. The leadings of the government's lawyers are discussed, and it is said that they should file a comprehensive affidavit. The absence of an affidavit is noted, and it is suggested that somebody from the government take note of this.
  • 00:15:00 The video discusses the Modi government's response to a debate in the Supreme Court of India about the effects of demonetization. The government says it will oblige to the court's wishes and will make changes to the way it handles currency.

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