New Delhi: The Supreme Court has refused to give any immediate order on lifting of restrictions in Jammu and Kashmir. The court said the case is highly sensitive. The government should be given some time to restore normalcy. The court cannot interfere in every case of administration.
The apex court said that the government is taking stock of the situation every day and wait for the situation to return to normal. If this is the case, you will tell you later we will look into the matter. The hearing has been adjourned for 2 weeks. During the hearing, the Central Government said that we are taking stock of the situation on a daily day and there is no human rights violation in Jammu and Kashmir.
In fact, during the hearing on a PIL seeking lifting of restrictions and curfew in the state and restoration of communication services in the state after the removal of Section 370 of the Constitution from Jammu and Kashmir, the Supreme Court asked the Attorney General (AG) Court and how many days is the ban to be in Place in Jammu and Kashmir? On this, the Attorney General said that the government was keeping an eye on the situation at the moment. It took 3 months for a similar situation to return to normal in 2016. It is the endeavour of the government to control the situation as soon as possible.