Sabarimala – Supreme Court honors review petitions filed against its judgment on Sabarimala; Refers them to a larger bench Reviewed by Momizat on . The Supreme Court delivered its verdict on the much awaited review petitions over its Sabarimala judgment last year. Honoring the petitions the 5-judge bench ha The Supreme Court delivered its verdict on the much awaited review petitions over its Sabarimala judgment last year. Honoring the petitions the 5-judge bench ha Rating: 0
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    Sabarimala – Supreme Court honors review petitions filed against its judgment on Sabarimala; Refers them to a larger bench

    The Supreme Court delivered its verdict on the much awaited review petitions over its Sabarimala judgment last year. Honoring the petitions the 5-judge bench has referred the petition to a larger bench. The New Bench will comprise of 7 judges of the Supreme Court.

    The Sabarimala case was referred to the 7 member bench of the Supreme Court by a 3-2 verdict. The Supreme Court had reserved orders on review petitions in Sabarimala case after giving a full day hearing to the petitioners on February 6. The Constitution Bench of CJI Gogoi, and Justices Khanwilkar, Nariman, Chandrachud and Indu Malhotra heard the arguments in a bunch of petition filed by the Travancore Devaswom Board, Pandalam Royal Family, and groups of devotees against the September 28, 2018 judgment, which declared right of women of all age groups to enter the temple.

    The majority of CJI Ranjan Gogoi, Justice Khanwilkar and Indu Malhotra expressed that the issue whether Court can interfere in essential practices of religion needed examination by larger bench. But Justices Chandrachud and Nariman dissented. CJI Gogoi mentioned that issues such as legality of Female Genital Mutilation in Dawoodi Bohra community, Muslim women mosque entry, right of Parsi women who married outside community to access towers of silence etc, have been referred to larger bench. However, its earlier verdict to allow women of all ages to pray in Sabarimala stays. The 7 member Supreme Court Bench would look into this issue.

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