Lord Ayyappa devotees may feel that if Hon. SC can hear pleas related to Urban Naxals and criminals like Yakub Menon, then why SC can’t have urgent hearing about Sabarimala plea ? – Editor, Hindujagruti
New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Tuesday told an advocate who had filed a petition seeking review of a five-judge bench’s September 28 verdict opening doors of the Ayyappa temple at Sabarimala to women of all age groups that the petition will be listed in due course.
Advocate Mathews Nedumpara sought urgent listing of the petition before a bench headed by CJI Ranjan Gogoi, but the court made it clear that the plea will not get an urgent hearing. Nedumpara made a request before the CJI-led three-judge bench — an interim stay on the judgment till the review petition was heard. As an advocate, Nedumpara would know that a three-judge bench can never stay a five-judge bench decision, it said.
Source : TOI
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