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October 18, 2023
The Supreme Court began hearing petitions seeking a review of its own controversial 2022 judgment upholding the constitutionality of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA). “Is it your case that your statute is not in conformity with international treaties?,” Justice Sanjay K. Kaul, who heads the three judge bench asked Kapil Sibal, who is counsel for one of the petitioners. “My case is that the statute is not in conformity with the Indian constitution, he replied.
Petitioners who approached the Supreme Court seeking that Hindus be allowed to manage Hindu religious places without interference from the government – a key demand of the Hindutva ecosystem which says Muslims have been ‘appeased’ by
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