Court refuses to listen to PIL on INC-CPC pact

New Delhi, August 7

The SC on Friday refused to entertain a PIL in search of a NIA probe into an settlement allegedly entered into between the Indian National Congress and the Communist Party of China in 2008 even because it mentioned one thing gave the impression to be “absurd”.

A Bench headed by Chief Justice SA Bobde requested senior counsel Mahesh Jethmalani, representing petitioners Shashank Shekhar Jha and Savio Rodrigues, to withdraw the PIL and method the excessive court docket.

“Every relief which you are seeking can be granted by the high court. Secondly, the High Court is the proper court. Thirdly, we will have the advantage of the High Court order also,” the CJI mentioned. — TNS

BJP hits out at Cong over China hyperlinks

New Delhi: BJP president JP Nadda on Friday launched a scathing assault on Congress president Sonia Gandhi and her son Rahul Gandhi, citing some observations of the SC on a PIL that sought a probe into the alleged 2008 settlement between the Congress and the Communist Party of China. “Even the SC is surprised at the MoU signed by the Congress with the Chinese Government. Mrs Gandhi and her son, who led the signing, must explain. Does this explain donations to RGF and opening Indian market for the Chinese in return, which affected Indian businesses?” Nadda tweeted. TNS

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