Supreme Court on CAA: No stay for now, Supreme Court refers pleas to 5-judge bench | India News - Times of India

Source: The Times of India - View Original Article
Published: Jan 22, 2020
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75% Liberal


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91% "All Assam Students Union (AASU), Peace Party, CPI, NGOs 'Rihai Manch' and Citizens Against Hate, advocate M L Sharma, and law students have also ..."
66% "During the hearing, the court said that after four weeks it will fix possible day-to-day hearing on all petitions challenging CAA and exercise of ..."
60% "A three-judge bench of , justice S Abdul Nazeer and justice Sanjiv Khanna began hearing around 144 petitions related to the CAA including petitions ..."
58% "Attorney General K K Venugopal, appearing for the Centre, told the bench the government has been given copies of around 60 pleas out of ..."
53% "Assam's problem with the CAA is quite different from the rest of the country as the earlier cut off date for citizenship was March ..."


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91% : All Assam Students Union (AASU), Peace Party, CPI, NGOs 'Rihai Manch' and Citizens Against Hate, advocate M L Sharma, and law students have also approached the apex court challenging the Act.
66% : During the hearing, the court said that after four weeks it will fix possible day-to-day hearing on all petitions challenging CAA and exercise of the National Population Register (NPR).
60% : A three-judge bench of , justice S Abdul Nazeer and justice Sanjiv Khanna began hearing around 144 petitions related to the CAA including petitions challenging the Constitutional validity of CAA and transfer petitions filed by the Central government.
58% : Attorney General K K Venugopal, appearing for the Centre, told the bench the government has been given copies of around 60 pleas out of the 143 petitions.
53% : "Assam's problem with the CAA is quite different from the rest of the country as the earlier cut off date for citizenship was March 24, 1971, which under CAA now is December 31, 2014," the court said.

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