The court had earlier observed that the anticipatory bail can only be granted where there is no prima facie case under the SC/SCT Act.
The court disposed the writ petitions and affirmed that no hindrance be served upon the leaders while ferrying them back to Madhya Pradesh.
In a recent judgment of the case – Daulat Singh (dead) through Legal Representatives v. The State of Rajasthan & Others, delivered on December 8, 2020, a 3-judge bench of the Supreme Court consisting of Justices N.V. Ramana, S. Abdul Nazeer and Surya
Attorney General K.K. Venugopal has strongly advocated improving the representation of women in the judiciary for making progress towards a more balanced and emphatic approach in cases involving sexual offences.
The court ordered for the appeals and set aside the judgement by HC also held that special provision overrules the general provisions.
The impugned order of the HC was set aside and the appeal was allowed with all four agreements referring to arbitration.
The appeal was dismissed on the grounds that the issue of ambiguity in the Act needs to be addressed in the Parliament and that the Court was not in a position to alter or add anything.
The Court accepted the undertaking by the respondent and directed the respondent to clean the road in front of his police station for one week.
The SC attempted to strike a balance in the considerations of arbitrability of fraud and held that while matters that involved allegations of "serious fraud" would not be arbitrable, matters that had "mere allegations" of fraud were arbitrable.
The appeal was allowed and the impugned judgement was set aside. It said that since the mandate of Shri Khan having terminated, as he has become de jure unable to perform his function as an arbitrator, the High Court may appoint a substitute arbitrat