Article 35-A in SC highlights: Court adjourns hearing as J-K administration, Centre cite local poll preparations

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Jammu and Kashmir, Article 35-A Hearing in Supreme Court: Article 35-A empowers the Jammu and Kashmir Constitution to define “permanent residents” of the state.




Article 35A Hearing in Supreme Court: The Supreme Court Monday adjourned the hearing on petitions challenging the validity of Article 35A that empowers the Jammu and Kashmir Constitution to define “permanent residents” of the state and provide special rights to them. The adjournment came soon after the court convened.



Both the Centre and the Jammu and Kashmir administration sought the adjournment on the ground that preparations for local body polls were underway. The Centre also said the interlocutor has been appointed and the talks are going on.


The two-judge bench adjourned the matter, saying it will again be listed in the week starting August 27. CJI Misra said, “The petition has to be decided by a three-judge bench but Justice D Y Chandrachud who was to be part of it is absent today.”


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