The Supreme Court has halted the operation of 2014 in the Maharashtra Police Act which restricts dance performances, now has approved to open dance bars with some rules. Relating to the brief history of legal pronouncement in the case of modification of state law, a bench consisting of Justices Dipak Misra and Prafulla Chandra Pant stated, We think it is formidable to halt the provisions section 33 (A)(1) of the Maharashtra Police Act. Court has added a rider to its reformed order and have pleaded the licensing officials in the state to look over indecent dance appearances at bars and other places.
Apex court has now settled the appeal filed by Indian Hotel and Restaurant Association for final hearing on November 5 and have stated that the matter relating to the issue had as of now been chosen by this court in 2013. Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, showing up for Maharashtra said at the start that between time help may be allowed to the Association and included that 2014 correction in the Act. The Maharashtra government had acquired a revision 2005 – the Bombay Police Act – which was tested in high court by a firm denoting restaurants and bars.
Bombay High Court on April 12, 2006 had suppressed the government’s choice and announced the procurement as unlawful saying that it is against Article 19(1)(g) of the constitution. State government had forwarded it to Apex court against High Court’s order.
On July 16, 2013, the Supreme Court maintained the Bombay High Court decision suppress the state government’s request and had said that the ban has damaged the sacred right to win a living. The state assembly however on June 13, 2014 passed the Maharaja Police Bill which restricted licences for dance performances at bars and hotels. The band had likewise secured dramatization theaters, film corridors, halls, games clubs and gymkhanas, where section is limited just to individuals.