The petitions particularly highlight the communication blockade in Kashmir, the lack of availability of healthcare, and the illegal custody of children under 18.
Raju Ramachandran, Senior Counsel, highlighted that the ramification of occupied Jammu and Kashmir would come into effect on October 31.
“The process will be irreversible and the petitions must not be rendered infructuous,” he told the court according to scroll.in.
The petitioners had asked the court for not more than two weeks notice to be provided to BJP, but the court denied their plea. After postponing the hearings by a day, the Chief Justice heading the bench was reported to have said that they did not have time to hear the appeals.
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