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For the upcoming hearing, the bench of CJI DY Chandrachud has requested that the Attorney General and the Solicitor General appear in person with the relevant documentation. The adjourned hearing is scheduled for December 1.
The Kerala administration accused Governor Arif Mohammed Khan of sitting on key government laws and doing nothing about the bills that the Assembly had passed.
In its petition, the State of Kerala claimed that the Governor’s actions in prolonging the status of the Bills beyond a reasonable doubt constituted clear arbitrary behavior and violated Article 14 of the Constitution, which guarantees the right to equality.