Recognising historical events by way of law is in exclusive domain of parliament: Supreme Court in AMU case

The CJI commented that the objective of the 1981 Aligarh Muslim University Amendment Act was to recognise the historical fact that it was established by the Muslims of India.

The Supreme Court on Tuesday made it clear that the recognition of history and historical events by enacting laws is in the exclusive domain of parliament [Aligarh Muslim University Through its Registrar Faizan Mustafa v Naresh Agarwal and ors].

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