Important decisions will be taken in Supreme Court in next 19 days

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Between the speculation of Justice Ranjan Gogoi becoming the next Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, in the next 19 working days of the court, the Ayodhya dispute case, the case of prohibition of admission of women in Sabarimala temple, case of discrimination in adultery law and SC / ST Decisions will be taken on several important issues including reservation in promotions. Another important order can come in the criminal case of politicians, in which it will be decided that at what level the politician will be disqualified from contesting elections in criminal cases. This decision will make the legislature clean by placing criminal record politicians away.

In all these cases awaited the Constitution Bench headed by Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Deepak Mishra. Chief Justice Mishra will be the last working day in the Supreme Court on October 1, 2018, as he is retiring on October 2, 2018, and on this day there is a holiday due to Mahatma Gandhi’s birth anniversary.

In these 19 days, the hearing will also be completed on the petition challenging the tradition of circumcision of women in the Dawoodi Bohra community. At the same time, the hearing will also be completed on matters related to the Parsi woman, in which it will be decided whether the woman should be deprived of the religious activities of the community, including the funeral of her father after marrying non-Parsi.

On the tradition of circumcision of women in the Bohra community, the central government has said that it is an act of disrupting physical perfection, which is a part of the right to privacy and respect.

The question in the Ayodhya case is that the hearing of the Allahabad High Court’s order challenging the order of three judges will be back or a big bench, The arguments by the Muslim plaintiffs have been argued that the hearing should be done by a large bench.

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