A Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court will hear the challenge to Muslim practices of Triple Talaq and Polygamy in the summer vacation. .The Court will hear the case from May 11. .A Bench of Chief Justice JS Khehar and Justice DY Chandrachud assembled today and ordered to that effect..There was considerable discussion today between the lawyers and the Bench regarding whether the matter can be heard during summer vacation since two other Cases are also listed for hearing during vacation. .The Chief Justice remarked that he was open to sitting on summer vacation..“Last vacation, I was writing judgments. The vacation before that, we heard NJAC case. We are offering to the hear case during the vacation. If you don’t want [the case to be heard during vacation], I am happy to enjoy my vacation”, remarked Justice Khehar..The parties agreed to the suggestion of the Bench and the matter will now be heard during vacation..In the last hearing, a Bench of the Chief Justice JS Khehar and Justices NV Ramana and DY Chandrachud had received four questions from the Central government to be considered by the Court in the matter..The following questions were submitted by the Centre for the consideration of the Court:.Whether the impugned practices of talaq-e-biddat, Nikaah halala and polygamy are protected under Article 25(1) of the Constitution of India?Whether Article 25(1) is subject to part III of the Constitution and in particular Articles 14 and 21 of the Constitution of India?Whether personal law is law under Article 13 of the Constitution?Whether the impugned practices of talaq-e-biddat, Nikaah halala and polygamy are compatible with India’s obligations under International treaties and covenants to which India is a signatory?