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Women to Remain Barred from Entering Dargah of Sufi saint Haji Ali in Mumbai for Now

The Bombay High Court, while ruling that women can go to the mazar of Haji Ali, had put the operation of its verdict on hold

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New Delhi, October 7, 2016: Women will continue to be barred from entering the Dargah of Sufi saint Haji Ali in Mumbai, as the Supreme Court on Friday continued with the interim order of the Bombay High Court.

The Bombay High Court, while ruling that women can go to the mazar of Haji Ali, had put the operation of its verdict on hold, giving time to the Haji Ali Trust that is managing the affairs of Dargah to approach the Supreme Court.

Issuing notice, the bench of Chief Justice T.S. Thakur and Justice A.M. Khanwilkar said that the interim order of the Bombay High Court, putting on hold the operation of its own verdict, would continue till October 17, when the matter would come up for hearing. (IANS)
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