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Delhi High Court defers hearing in petitions against NAA to December 7

50 petitions pending in court, court asks each petitioner to submit its arguments within five pages

Delhi High Court (Photo - PTI)
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Abhishek Rastogi, who is counsel for a dozen petitioners applications in the case, said he had raised 48 issues, but the finance ministry said only 14 of them are substantial. (Photo - PTI)

Indival Dhasmana New Delhi
The Delhi high court has deferred the date of hearing in a much-awaited case against national anti-profiteering authority (NAA) to December 7 from November 3. 

Around 50 petitions including those by major companies such as Hindustan Unilever, Patanjali, Jubilant Foodworks, Reckitt Benckiser, Johnson & Johnson, Phillips and Subway are pending in the court. 

Given the number of petitions, the court directed each petitioner to file their submissions within five pages. The hearing in December will be held virtually, whereas it was to be held in person in November.

In the initial round of hearing, the court said it is apparent

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First Published: Oct 26 2020 | 5:22 PM IST

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