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Supreme Court: Set up 12 special courts to hear cases against legislators by March 1 - Ananthakrishnan G, Indian Express
The Supreme Court on Thursday approved the Centre’s proposal to set up 12 special courts across the country to try “1581 criminal cases” pending against legislators, and directed that they be made operational by March 1, 2018. The court also gave the government two months’ time to inform it about the status of the pending cases.
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