No stay on Maharashtra Law CET (yet); Petitions in Mumbai, Aurangabad [Update]June 16 2016
The Bombay High Court has refused to grant any interim stay on the Maharashtra Common Entrance Test for law scheduled to be held in two days time.
A bench of Justices SC Dharmadhikari and Dr. Shalini P Joshi said that they would hear the larger questions involved, but would not stay the examination itself. The court also clarified that the eventual outcome of the examination would be subject to the final judgment of the court.
The court will now . . .
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