Hearing on the entry of women in mosques postponed

The Supreme Court deferred hearing on a PIL filed to allow Muslim women to enter mosques for a different reason. A bench of Justices SA Bobde, Justice S Abdul Nazeer and Justice Krishna Murari said, without assigning any reason, postponing the case for 10 days for other reasons. Justice Bobde is a member of the five-member constitution bench that is to pronounce the verdict on Ayodhya’s Ram Janmabhoomi dispute by 17 November.

The apex court had directed the Ministry of Women and Child Development

Hearing on the entry of women in mosques postponed
Hearing on the entry of women in mosques postponed

Pune resident Yasmeen Zubeer Ahmad Peerzada, Zubeer Ahmad Nazir Ahmad Peerzada has filed a petition saying that the prohibition on the entry of Muslim women into mosques is unconstitutional, it would violate the rights of living, equality, gender justice conferred in the constitution is. The apex court had directed the Ministry of Women and Child Development, Ministry of Law, National Commission for Women to file their reply by November 5.

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