SC judges disagree; Larger bench to hear Yakub Memon's plea

New Delhi: The petition by 1993 Mumbai serial blasts convict Yakub Memon challenging his death warrant will be considered by a larger bench after the two Supreme Court judges disagreed on the point of law on Tuesday. While Justice Anil R Dave chose to dismiss Yakub’s plea after finding it without merit, Justice Kurian Joseph said there was a procedural flaw in dismissing Yakub’s curative petition. The Chief Justice of India has been urged to list the matter for hearing on Wednesday, on an urgent basis. Justice Dave dismissed Memon's plea but Justice Kurien found fault with the composition of the bench which heard the curative petition.

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