Tense over case hear­ing, J&K heaves sigh of re­lief

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cle 35 A by fil­ing an af­fi­davit to end the sus­pense and con­tro­versy. Un­less they do it, the sword will con­tinue to hang. When they take a cat­e­gor­i­cal and in­dica­tive stand on it, the panic will def­i­nitely de­crease,” said Ali Mo­ham­mad Sagar, Gen­eral Sec­re­tary of the main op­po­si­tion Na­tional Con­fer­ence.

“This mat­ter re­quires to be re­ferred to a larger bench. It can­not be de­cided by a three-judge bench. It has to be re­ferred to ei­ther a five or a seven-judge bench. This is the main is­sue,” said Su­nil Sethi, state spokesman, BJP.

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