Ayodhya verdict - Justice Abdul Nazeer is native of Moodbidri


Daijiworld Media Network - Moodbidri (MS)

Moodbidri, Nov 10: Supreme Court has given a historical verdict on Ayodhya, for which, not only India but the world was waiting. The Supreme Court has given the go ahead of building in Ram Mandir on the disputed land.

Mangaluru has a link with this historical verdict. One of the five of the judges’ bench, Justice Abdul Nazeer, which gave the verdict is from Belvai near Moodbidri in the district of Dakshina Kannada.

The five judge bench consisted of CJI Gogoi, Justice Abdul Nazeer, Justice S A Bobde, Justice D Y Chandrachud and Justice Ashok Bhushan.


Justice Abdul Nazeer

Justice Abdul Nazeer was born in Belvai near Moodabidri in the district on January 5, 1958. After his primary education, he had secured B Com degree at the Mahaveera college of Moodbidri. Later he completed his LLB at SDM Law College of Mangaluru.

Justice Abdul Nazeer started his professional career as a lawyer in High court of Karnataka in 1983. He continued to work as a lawyer in high court till 2003. He was appointed as high court judge in 2003 and continued in that position till 2017, when he was appointed as the judge of Supreme Court.

Justice Abdul Nazeer was also the member of the five-bench judge which delivered the historical Triple Talaq verdict.

  

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  • NN, NN

    Sun, Nov 10 2019

    Three to four great judges came from Karkal - Moodubidri belt. Justice Hegde, Justice D'Cunha and Justice Nazeer, A few celebrities also came from the same belt. Freeda Pinto, Shilpa Shetty, Veerappa Moily (Ex-Minister) and ............Most of them had a humble beginning.

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  • Valerian DSouza, Udupi/ Mumbai

    Sun, Nov 10 2019

    So great! Hats off ☺

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  • Giri, Mangalore

    Sun, Nov 10 2019

    Well balanced verdict. Actually both the sides are happy.

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  • MUHAMMAD RAFIKH, MOODBIDRI / JEDDAH, SAUDI ARABI

    Sun, Nov 10 2019

    Its pleased to know that Justice Abdul Nazir, residence of Moodbidri is in such top ranks in India. I am glad to know that Justice Abdul Nazir is one of the five judges in Ayodhya case. Top of that I am too glad. Because Justice Abdul Nazir is my classmate, my bench mate and had one family. I have so many memories which we had. One of them we took participation in Fancy dress in which he was as President and myself as Shah of Iraq. What a similar future, we are following. I could share those photos, unfortunately its at my home in India. Unfortunate that I couldn’t meet since 1983, he bace lawyer.
    .Wishing him further a better future

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  • BARAKALA JAGANNATH SHETTY, MANAMA

    Sun, Nov 10 2019

    He is my very next neighbor & collegemate.
    I too attended that function.

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  • Sachidananda Shetty, Mundkur/Dubai

    Sun, Nov 10 2019

    Bravo Nazeer Saab.... Though many of your community full agree with SC decision....but there are some pain somewhere in their heart for the displeasure too..... This we can understand... because had it been vice versa decision.... I would have felt the pain too

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  • Manvit, Mangalore

    Sun, Nov 10 2019

    I agree with you.

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  • Rohan Pinto, Mangalore

    Sun, Nov 10 2019

    Great!!!!!

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  • H.A.Sayed, Udupi- Muscat

    Sun, Nov 10 2019

    A well balanced verdict Sirji,. Every one Respected Its nobody's victory or defeat end the Mandir and Masjid national politics

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  • HENRY MISQUITH, India

    Sun, Nov 10 2019

    Nation salutes these 5 judges of SC for their historical judgment on Ayodhya issue, with all their sagacity, wisdom and skill.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Sun, Nov 10 2019

    God Bless You Sir ...

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  • MDsousa, Belvai

    Sun, Nov 10 2019

    Proud of my native place and village .never heard such a personality exists in this village . Congrukatikns and hats off .

    We had no graduates till 1980 and those two colleges in Moodbidri had no great exposure at state or national level and had move to mangalore or Bangalore . I guess this judge had taken lots of struggle and faced hardships in his life and I Congratulate him for his achievements and proud of my native place .

    I guess he is from karianagdy or kanthavara cross in Belvai to be specific about his birth place .

    Hats off to you sir .

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  • Sanjay Serrao, Mangalore

    Sun, Nov 10 2019

    You people are great! Those days in my village we had only road surveyors and snake catchers, even my grand father was a snake catcher!🤭

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Sun, Nov 10 2019

    With due respect to your comments, why are degrading "snake catching & surveyors" professions? ??

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  • Sms, Kundapura

    Sun, Nov 10 2019

    We have some people who has ‘disagreed’ your comment????
    Look at their mindset!

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