SC will hear cases on Ayodhya, Rafale’s reopening

New Delhi: The Supreme Court will hear cases relating to the Ayodhya land dispute, Rafael’s review and the proceedings against Rahul Gandha after the reopening of July 1.
The High Court, which would function with a full capacity of 31 judges, is likely to bring its judgment in the Rafale appeal cases.
The country’s highest court will also hear applications from former Union Ministers Yashwant Sinha and Arun Shourie and Attorney Prashan Bhushan to reconsider the Supreme Court’s judgment of 14 December 2018 rejecting all objections challenging the procurement of 36 combat aircraft Rafale from France.
The court will also decide on the fate of BJP Meenakshi Lekhi’s plea against Gandhi for wrongly attributing to his supreme court his chowkidar chor hai against Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Gandhi has already offered an unconditional apology and requested the closure of the case.

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