Five big decisions, including Ayodhya will come in four days

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Ayodhya Ram Janmabhoomi dispute, The case of entry of women of ten to fifty years in Sabarimala temple, Rafale fighter jet deal, contempt against Rahul Gandhi, former president of the country’s leading political party Congress and the issue of the right to information in the office of the Chief Justice of India are five such burning cases. On which the Supreme Court decides to come. These are the five cases that can have a major impact. The five cases were heard by a bench headed by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi. Chief Justice of India Justice Ranjan Gogoi is retiring on 17 November. In such a situation, if the holidays are removed, Justice Gogoi has only four business days left to pronounce the judgment in these cases.

By the way, Chief Justice of India Justice Ranjan Gogoi has a total of 11 days left to retire, But according to the list of the Supreme Court, no decision is coming in any of these cases on Thursday. In this case, there are only four business days left for the decision of these cases. However, the Supreme Court Judge or Chief Justice doesn’t need to hear the cases or pronounce the verdict on a working day. But in general, the court gives the verdict on the working day itself.

First important decision – Ayodhya case

The Supreme Court reserved its verdict on October 16 after completing the hearing in the case of ownership of Ayodhya Ram Janmabhoomi. A five-judge bench headed by Justice Gogoi reserved the verdict after hearing the marathon for 40 days.

Second important decision – RTI in CJI office

The second important decision is to come to the issue of whether the office of the Chief Justice of India (CJI) will come under the purview of the information law. Keeping the judgment in this case, the court remarked during the hearing that it is not in favor of keeping any system opaque. But there is a need to strike a balance and draw a line.

Third important decision – the entry of women into the Sabarimala temple

On September 28 last year, the court had quashed the ban on entry of women between 10 and 50 years old in Kerala’s Sabarimala temple, citing gender discrimination. This restriction on women was due to their menstruation. The verdict was by a 4–1 majority. Justice Indu Malhotra disagreed with the majority. Ayyappa followers are strongly opposed to this decision.

Fourth important decision – Rahul has to decide on forgiveness

A decision is to be taken on the statement of ex-Congress President Rahul Gandhi that the watchman is a thief, and pardon him against him in the pending contempt case. In this case, BJP MP Meenakshi Lekhi cited the court as ‘the watchman is a thief’
Appealing to Congress President Rahul Gandhi not to be pardoned for the statement, he told the Supreme Court.

Fifth important decision – the Rafale deal decision reconsidered

The decision on Rafale fighter aircraft deal, which became a big issue during the election, is to come. The court rejected the demand for a probe under the supervision of the court for the purchase of 36 Rafale aircraft. Which has been challenged by former BJP leaders Yashwant Sinha, Arun Shourie, and other petitioners by filing a review petition? Apart from this, a decision has to come in the case of challenging the Tribunal and Finance Act.