Ayodhya hearing on January 29 cancelled due to Justice Bobde’s ‘non-availability’
The Supreme Court on Sunday put out a notice that the Constitution Bench hearing the Ayodhya title suit appeals will not be sitting on January 29 as one of the judges, Justice S.A. Bobde, is not available on the day.
The one-paragraph notice said the Constitution Bench is cancelled on January 29 due to the “non-availability” Justice Bobde.
The notice has not mentioned a future date for hearing the Ayodhya case. It could be that one of the appellants may mention the case before Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi and seek a future date for hearing.…
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