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No early hearing, SC asks people to maintain peace

No early hearing, SC asks people to maintain peace
The Supreme Court on Monday refused to accord urgent hearing of a PIL, seeking directions to restore law and order in Haryana in the wake of the Jat quota agitation, saying it had no reason to believe that the government was not taking due action.

“We have no reason to believe that the government is not taking action in the matter. We appeal to the people to maintain peace and not damage property. We can only say amity and brotherhood be there among all communities. Rest is for government to decide,” a Bench comprising Chief Justice TS Thakur and Justice UU Lalit said.

The Apex Court said the plea would come on board in due course and declined the oral request for an urgent hearing. A Delhi-based advocate has moved the court alleging “total collapse” of administration in Haryana on account of the Jat quota stir.
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