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SC refuses to entertain plea challenging constitutional validity of Epidemic Act

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 17 November 2020
The Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to entertain a plea challenging the constitutional validity of the Epidemic Act and questioned the petitioner as to why he has not moved the high court on the issue. The apex court said high courts have all the power to strike down Central Acts, like the Epidemic Act, and the petitioner should go there first.
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