Justice Lalit removed from hearing of Jagmohan letter case


New Delhi, Nov 16 (Sunmarg): The Supreme Court could not hear on Monday against Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy’s press conference and letter against the second senior-most Supreme Court judge NV Raman and Andhra Pradesh High Court judges, as a judge Has decided to separate itself from hearing the case.
As soon as Justice Uday Umesh Lalit and Justice Ashok Bhushan came up for hearing the petitions of advocate GS Mani and two other petitioners by profession – Ant Corruption Council of India Trust and lawyer Sunil Kumar Singh, Justice Lalit was unable to hear them. Indicated
Justice Lalit said, “I have a problem (in hearing it), I cannot hear the case.” As a lawyer, I have litigated on behalf of the parties. We will ask the Chief Justice of India to the registry to take proper instructions and list it before the appropriate bench at the earliest. ”
Mr. Mani has sought the records of the current Chief Minister, underlining the importance of independence and integrity of the judiciary and has sought to declare that he has no authority to hold his office, as he is abusing his position Huh.
Practicing lawyer Sunil Kumar Singh, through Advocate on Record Mukti Singh, has filed a petition seeking a stay against the judges from holding such a press conference by the Chief Minister, and that he has been given a ‘show cause notice’ to take appropriate action. Must be released.
Suresh Asha

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Source: Univarta.


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