We will know at 10.30 AM if LIC (Solicitor General of India) is ready and wiling to let the 'Final Hearing' commence.
It may be recalled that the request made on 24 March on behalf of SGI for adjournment was not accepted by the Bench and consequently the next date of hearing was not fixed in the open court. In other words, today's hearing is as per the normal procedure for listing pending matters, for people to fall in line and it was not an 'agreed date'.
If nothing of significance happens at 10.30, the next uncertainty is how much time is taken to complete the Nine Miscellaneous cases before 101 is called.
All Nine may get finished in 30 Minutes or just one of them may take the entire Forenoon.
If our 101 is called before 1.00 PM AND the hearing commences, it is not likely to continue in the AN, as there is a change of the Bench. May resume tomorrow.
If our cases are taken up only in the AN, continuation depends upon when the same Bench sits again. (part-heard).
These are only predicable possibilities. There may be bigger surprises too.
Lastly, who does what, once we are on our feet, is the biggest imponderable.
LET US LOOK TO HIM FOR BLESSINGS TO ALL LIC PENSIONERS.
Sreenivasa Murty M
Camp: New Delhi