The Supreme Court on Monday said enemy property should not get transferred to the descendants of the erstwhile owners and must go to the government.
"We are of the view that enemy property should not get transferred to the descendants of the erstwhile owners. It must go to the government. We are very clear about it," a bench of Chief Justice J S Khehar and Justice N V Ramana said.
The court refused to entertain Congress Rajya Sabha MP Husain Dalwai's writ petition challenging the validity of the Centre's decision to re-promulgate the enemy property ordinance for the fifth time, terming it a violation of a recent constitution bench decision..................Read more
Source: The Times of India