The hearing and the order passed today might have been brief, but the implications could be huge..The case relating to the entry of women into Haji Ali Dargah came to a close today with the Haji Ali Trust submitting before the Supreme Court that it has already passed a resolution to implement the directions of the Bombay High Court..A Bench presided by Chief Justice TS Thakur allowed four weeks time to the the Trust to implement the directions of the High Court and disposed of the case..Senior Advocate Gopal Subramanium appeared for the Trust..Subramanium submitted today that the Trust has passed a resolution on October 11 to allow women access to the sanctum sanctorum. This prompted Justice Thakur to ask,.“You have allowed entry? So what remains now? Why this appeal?”.Subramanium submitted that he needed two weeks time to make changes to the physical barriers in the Dargah to allow access to women..The Court therefore, allowed the Trust two weeks time to make the necessary changes to allow access to women. The court also allowed the Trust four months time to relay the flooring etc..“We accordingly dispose of this special leave petition granting the petitioner-Trust two weeks’ time to restore status-quo ante in regard to women pilgrims entering the sanctum sanctorum at par with men. The petitioner-Trust shall be free to relay the flooring and complete the entire process within a period of four months from today. We make it clear that in case there is any default or neglect on the part of the Trust in complying with the direction of the High Court, the respondents-writ petitioners shall be free to approach the High Court for appropriate redress in the matter.”.A similar issue relating to entry of women to Sabarimala temple is pending before another Bench of Supreme Court. It now remains to be seen how the apex court would respond in that matter..Read the order below.