‘Gagged’ at choose’s farewell, Bar chief fumes

Tribune News Service

New Delhi, September 2

An issue erupted on Wednesday on the final working day of Justice Arun Mishra, as Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) president Dushyant Dave alleged that he was “muted” throughout an internet operate and prevented from giving a farewell speech.

A slighted Dave instantly shot off a letter to Chief Justice of India SA Bobde expressing his anguish and disappointment over what he described as an “affront” to the Bar and to him personally.

“I must say, I am deeply saddened by this event and will never again participate in any function organised by the Supreme Court till my term is over in December,” Dave wrote.

The Supreme Court did not concern any clarification. But sources stated it was because of some technical glitch. Many confronted comparable issues throughout the operate, they stated.

In his farewell speech, Justice Mishra stated he dealt circumstances with “conscience” and took each choice with “conviction”. The CJI stated: “Justice Mishra is leaving behind a legacy of hard work, erudition, great courage and fortitude.”

Technical glitch?

  • Due to some ‘snag’, SC Bar Association chief Dushyant Dave couldn’t converse at Justice Mishra’s farewell held on-line
  • In his letter to the CJI, he stated he would by no means take part in any occasion organised by the SC until the top of his time period in December

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