The revoking of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir brought about a big change in the country and many lauded the decision of the government in this matter. While the people of the valley have been rejoicing over the revoking of Article 370, many petitions have been filed challenging the revocation of provisions of Article 370. On Tuesday, the Supreme Court spent the first half-an-hour of its hearing on petitions challenging the revocation of provisions of Article 370. As per a report, during the proceedings of the case on Article 370, the popular series Game Of Thrones was mentioned. Read on
Recently many senior advocates and petitioners challenging the government's decision to revoke the special status of Jammu and Kashmir gathered to the hearing of the court on the matter. According to a Latestly.com report, when the courtroom was filled with senior advocates and many other notable people from the field, there was a constant discussion on the seating arrangement inside the courtroom. Due to the chaos in the courtroom in regards to the seating arrangement, as lawyers were finding it difficult to finalize a seating arrangement, Senior advocate Rajeev Dhavan said how the scenario in the room had turned from Game Of Thrones to Game Of Chairs. While the senior advocate explained the situation in the apex court with all his wit, this proves that the popular series GOT is clearly popular. Also Read: Former Porn Star Mia Khalifa Tries Being ‘Extra’ As She Gives Fans A Glimpse Of Her Wedding Gown – VIDEO
As the petition had been filed by advocate M.L Sharma, the advocate refused to stick to the seating arrangement inside the courtroom. While the proceeding was conducted under a five-judge bench headed by Justice N.V. Ramana and also including Justices S.K. Kaul, R. Subhash Reddy, B.R. Gavai and Surya Kant, the Justice’s constantly insisted Sharma allow other counsels to come forward, to which he disagreed. In the argument about chairs and seating arrangements in the courtroom, Attorney General K.K. Venugopal mentioned that the situation was turning out to be something like the popular TV series Game of Thrones.
Meanwhile, later as Venugopal explained that more than half and an hour was wasted on the seating arrangement, Justice Ramana asked to start the hearing. The hearing finally began after the judges convinced some lawyers in the courtroom to give space to the seniors' advocates who were to argue first.
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