Judgment reserved. Counsels to file written submissions in a week.
Mr. Colin Gonsalves concludes arguments. Mr. Anand Grover begins arguments.
Mr. K.K. Venugopalan concluded arguments. Mr. Colin Gonsalves, senior counsel for the petitioners, commenced arguments.
Mr. Harish Salve concludes his arguments. Mr. Venugopal, Attorney General for Union of India, to begin arguments on 26.10.2017. Matter to be listed for further hearing on 26.10.17.
Mr. Harish Salve continues arguments. Matter to be listed on 25.10.17 for further hearing.
Mr. Harish Salve, senior counsel for Respondent no. 8, was heard in part. Next hearing on 24.10. 2017.
Counsel for petitioner and for Union of India presented their arguments. Matter referred to a Constitutional Bench of appropriate strength to be constituted by Chief Justice.
Matter referred to a Constitutional Bench. Court frames questions to be addressed by the Constitutional bench.
Matter listed on 5th April, 2017 before this bench.
Matter release from ‘part heard’ and listed on 5th October 2016.
Matter partly heard. To be listed before a regular bench.
Arguments presented. Listed on 6th April 2016.
Listed on 5th April 2016.
Mr Mehta (ASG) to produce the file dealing with the vaccine in question. Issue of judicial review when a Parliamentary Standing Committee report is filed before the Court arises. Parties given time to file written notes or submissions by 11th January 2016.
Mr Tushar Mehta (ASG) submits that the Rules have been amended and safeguards have been provided for taking consent for vaccination. Court asks be apprised about the steps taken on the basis of the Parliamentary Committee Report submitted on 30th August 2013. Listed on 18th November 2015.
Listed on 17th November 2015.
Separate affidavits asked from Respondents to address the issues raised in Sama-Resource Group for Women and Health vs. Union of India. Listed on 4th August 2015.
Mr Gonsalves and Mr Anand Grover continue with arguments. Mr Gonsalves submits that the administration of vaccination has led to the death of many girls. Union, Gujarat and Telangana to submit an affidavit explaining the protocol followed to obtain consent of the girls. Court adds points for the Union to clarify. Matter listed on 21st April 2015.
Arguments commence. Mr Colin Gonsalves argues for the petitioners.
Court frames questions. Court asks Union of India to direct the competent authority to produce the file by which the DCGI had approved the vaccine, asks UOI what steps have been taken on the basis of the Parliamentary Committee Report
W. P. (C) 921/2013 tagged along with this matter.
Petitioner granted time to reply to reply to respondents.
Union of India granted four weeks time to file reply. Posted on 4th October 2013.
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