Kerala HC declines to stay implementation of draft LDAR; gives Centre 2 weeks to respond to plea

The Kerala High Court today declined to stay in the operation of the Draft Lakshadweep Development Authority Regulation 2021 (LDAR). The court has given the Lakshadweep Administration two weeks to respond to the public interest litigation assailing the Regulation. A Division Bench of Justices K Vinod Chandran and MR Anitha took up a petition moved by Congress Politician KP Noushad Ali, which challenged the LDAR and the Prevention of Anti-Social Activities Act (PASA) introduced on the island of Lakshadweep. The High Court held that the disputed orders were a matter of policy. Watch the full video to know more with Times Now.

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