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Justice Lalit recuses self in Ayodhya case

DNMUM429771 | 1/11/2019 | Author : Abraham Thomas | WC :602 | India



New Delhi: The five-judge Constitution bench, hearing the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid title suit dispute, suffered its first casualty on the maiden day of its hearing.
One of the judges bowed out after an SC order of 1997 showed that he had appeared in a case related to the Ayodhya suit. Justice UU Lalit will now be replaced on the five-judge bench that will meet on January 29.
On the next date, the SC will fix a time-schedule to hear the case. The Registry of the court will inspect the documents and report whether the case is ripe to be heard.
The exercise will be a mammoth task considering the fact that over 20,000 pages of documents in several languages need to be translated into English. Then give it to the relevant p
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