The Apex court of the India “Supreme court” refused to grant and urgent hearing on a PIL challenging the Narendra Modi Government decision to abolish high denomination notes of RS 500 and Rs 1,000.
A bench headed by justice AR Dave, before whom the matter was mentioned for an urgent hearing, said that the case would be heard on Tuesday.
Government filed Caveat in the Supreme Court
Realizing that the court may pass an interim order on the issue, the Centre has filed a caveat in the Supreme court which means which means that no order could be passed by the court without hearing the government argument. The petition filed by a lawyer alleged that government had not been given an enough time for the transition and it would create unmatched chaos and panic amid public.
The decision of demonetization not less than economic terrorism, says petition
“Prime Minister’s announcement had come to curb the black money, fake currency notes, and terrorism; but at the same time, this economic crisis created at the cost of lives of 125 billion of citizens of India, and the condition is not less than an “economic terrorism” in the lives of Aam Admi” the petition said.
“All this, not only squeezing the economy but also lives of those people who may require money more than the allowed limits and many of them may not have credit or debit cards,” the petition said.