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The Supreme Court on Wednesday directed to maintain a status quo in the controversial Sutlej-Yamuna Link (SYL) Canal case. The court also issued notice to Punjab governing in this matter.
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The apex court re-appointed three receivers in connection with the SYL canal case and has sought a report from them by December 15 on the ground situation in relation the land concerned. Next hearing in the case will be held on December 15.
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Senior Supreme Court advocate Harish Salve appeared on behalf of the Punjab government in SYL case on Wednesday.
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Earlier on Tuesday, Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal met Salve in New Delhi and apprised him that SYL was not merely a political or legal issue for them, instead it was an emotive one, which should be tackled on top priority with utmost sensitivity and caution.