Judge unavailable, SC cancels January 29 hearing on Ayodhya land dispu

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Read more about Judge unavailable, SC cancels January 29 hearing on Ayodhya land dispute on Business Standard. The five-judge bench was re-constituted on January 25 after Justice U U Lalit, who was a member of the original bench, recused himself from hearing the matter.

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Judge unavailable SC cancels January 29 hearing on Ayodhya land dispute The five-judge bench was re-constituted on January 25 after Justice U U Lalit who was a member of the original bench recused himself from hearing the matter. The Supreme Court on Sunday dropped its January 29 knowing about the Ram Janambhoomi-Babri Masjid arrive title debate case as an individual from the five-judge Constitution seat wont be accessible.

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"Pay heed that due to non-accessibility of Justice S A Bobde on January 29 2019 Tuesday sitting of Constitution seat in Chief Justices court containing the Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi Justices S A Bobde D Y Chandrachud Ashok Bhushan and S A Nazeer stands dropped. "Hence Constitution seat mater wont be taken up for hearing" said a notice issued by the Supreme Court library. The five-judge seat was re-established on January 25 after Justice U Lalit who was an individual from the first seat recused himself from hearing the issue. Equity N V Ramana was barred from the seat re-comprised after Lalits recusal. Other than Gogoi the new seat contains judges S A Bobde D Y Chandrachud Ashok Bhushan and S A Nazeer. In the new seat judges Bhushan and Nazeer made a rebound to hear the issue. Them two were a piece of a prior seat headed by then Dipak Misra who has since resigned as boss equity of India. Fourteen interests have been recorded in the pinnacle court against the 2010 Allahabad High Court judgment conveyed in four common suits that the 2.77-section of land arrive in Ayodhya be parceled similarly among three gatherings: the Sunni Waqf Board the Nirmohi Akhara and Ram Lalla. Read More

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