New Delhi: With the Supreme Court concluding the hearing on the petitions filed against the validation of CAA as of now, the SC has given a window period of four weeks to the centre to submit report on the issue. The Supreme Court has refused to grant interim stay on CAA or NRC or NPR and the government is free to implement those laws.
SC will consider hearing pleas related to Assam and Tripura separately, after Centre files its reply after the given window of two weeks. The Centre will have to file replies on all other CAA-related pleas (Except those about Assam and Tripura) within four weeks.
So SC decides to segregate Assam anti-CAA petitions for separate hearing from other pleas challenging CAA. SC says anti CAA petitions from Assam and Tripura will be heard separately. SC says the petitions challenging CAA will be heard by a five-judge bench.