Hearing on Delhi-Centre service dispute on November 9

New Delhi. The Supreme Court said that a five-judge constitution bench will be held on November 9 on a legal issue related to the scope of legislative and executive powers of the Center and the Delhi government over the control of services in the national capital. Will hear

A five-judge bench headed by Justice DY Chandrachud said on Tuesday that the bench would start hearing the matter on a daily basis. The bench said that the matter should be listed for hearing on November 9, 2022 at 10.30 am. In the bench, Justice MR. Shah (Justice MR. Shah), Justice Krishna Murari, Justice Hima Kohli and Justice P.S. Narasimha (Justice PS Narasimha) is also included.

The proceedings of the Constitution Bench will be completely ‘paperless’ and it has been called ‘Green Bench’ because no paper will be used or relied upon during the proceedings. No paper was used even during the proceedings on Tuesday.

Earlier, the apex court had on August 22 said that a Constitution Bench headed by Justice Chandrachud was constituted to hear the legal issue relating to the scope of legislative and executive powers of the Central and National Capital Territory Governments over the control of services in Delhi. has gone.

The apex court had on May 6 referred the issue of control of services in Delhi to a five-judge constitution bench. The top court had said that while certain limited issues relating to control of services are not heard in the Constitution Bench, all other legal questions are dealt with in detail. (Language)

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