Argument on Article 370 will start from 10 December, Supreme Court constitution bench will hear

Nov 14 2019 01:11 PM
Argument on Article 370 will start from 10 December, Supreme Court constitution bench will hear

New Delhi: The Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court will start hearing on Article 370 of the Constitution from December 10. Today, the constitution bench of five judges has adjourned the hearing of the case for 10 December. Dozens of petitions were filed against the removal of Section 370 from Jammu and Kashmir. The petition has challenged the decision of the Central Government to remove Section 370.

Actually, before this, the top court had sent the case to the Constitution Bench of 5 judges. Along with this, on the petitions, the court issued notice to the central government and sought answers. In fact, in a petition filed by a lawyer, the notification issued regarding Section 370 and Article 35A has been called unconstitutional. It has also been said in the petition that the government is working in an arbitrary manner in the country. President Ram Nath Kovind's order is unconstitutional and the central government should adopt the parliamentary route.

At the same time, Anuradha Bhasin, executive editor of Kashmir Times, has also filed a petition. After the abolition of Article 370, there has been a demand to end the control imposed on journalists. Let us tell you that President Ramnath Kovind had issued the order and abolished Section 370 giving special status to Jammu and Kashmir. Not only this, Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh have been divided into two union territories.

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