You will hear pleas about CAA after the arguments on Sabarimala-related matters are over: SC
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court said Thursday that it will hear allegations that challenge the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) after the arguments in the matter are over. A bank headed by the President of the Supreme Court S A Bobde said this after a lead lawyer Kapil Sibal He requested an urgent hearing on the issues and said that to date, the Center has not submitted an answer in this regard.
The Attorney General told the bank that it also includes Judges B R Gavai and that the Center will present an answer in a few days.
A bank of nine judges is reexamining various religious issues, including the entry of women to the temple and mosques of Sabarimala, and the practice of female genitals in the community.