No stay on SC/ST Act order: Govt says SC usurping power of legislature, judges disagree - Ananthakrishnan G, Indian Express
Hearing on the Centre’s petition seeking review of the Supreme Court’s March 20 order, which stopped automatic arrests in cases under the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, witnessed sharp exchanges on Thursday with the government telling the court that it had usurped powers of the legislature and the bench giving it back, saying atrocities against Dalits were continuing not because of its order, but because there was no quick punishment for offenders.
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