Narendra Singh Tomar hopes SC hears Ayodhya case soon

10 Jan 2019 12:54 PM

Narendra Singh Tomar hopes SC hears Ayodhya case soon

Updated 10 Jan 2019 12:54 PM

The hearing in the Ayodhya Land dispute case was further deferred to January 29 after Justice UU Lalit, who was a part of the 5-Judge constitution bench of the Supreme Court, recused himself from hearing the case after being questioned by lawyer Rajeev Dhawan. As the much awaited hearing began in the apex court on Thursday, lawyer Rajeev Dhawan first raised questions on the change of the size of constitution bench, which was earlier a 3-judge bench; was later increased to a 5-judge bench.

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