We have received an update on the case from our lawyer. The case has been heard at the Punjab & Haryana High Court in India. The last two hearings are attached along with.
Here is the excerpt of the interim order.
"In the end we must note the fact that we have three counsels appearing for three different Ministries of the Government of India which causes more confusion than clarification as it seeks to give an impression that each Ministry wants to put its own stand before the Court and not that a unanimous stand is taken by the concerned Ministries after discussion inter-se the Ministries. Union of India does not consist of different parts insofar as reflection of stand is concerned as the stand of Union of India has to be one. We are of the view that this aspect be examined and be placed before the Secretary, Department of Legal Affairs, Government of India who will look into the matter for better and more appropriate representation of a consistent stand of the Government of India as one before the Courts.
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