Ram, Bhushan & Shourie withdraw PIL difficult ‘criminal contempt’


Tribune News Service
New Delhi, August 13

Senior journalist N Ram, former union minister Arun Shourie and activist-lawyer Prashant Bhushan at this time withdrew from the Supreme Court their PIL difficult the constitutional validity of “criminal contempt” with regard to scandalising the judiciary.

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When the PIL got here up for listening to earlier than a Bench headed by Justice Arun Mishra, senior advocate Rajeev Dhavan identified on behalf of the petitioners that they’d already written to the SC Secretary General on this regard.

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Dhavan stated the petitioners wished to withdraw the petition with go away to file it once more earlier than an alternate discussion board.

The Bench allowed the withdrawal of the petition with liberty to file it earlier than a excessive court docket, however not within the Supreme Court.



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