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Narada Case: SC Judge Recuses From Hearing Plea Of Mamata Banerjee, Bengal Law Minister

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Narada Case: SC Judge Recuses From Hearing Plea Of Mamata Banerjee, Bengal Law Minister
The apex court said that pleas of Mamata Banerjee and Ghatak can be listed before another bench today itself.
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Narada Case: SC Judge Recuses From Hearing Plea Of Mamata Banerjee, Bengal Law Minister
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2021-06-22T11:30:01+05:30

The Supreme Court Aniruddha Bose on Tuesday has recused from hearing the petition filed by West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and state law minister Moloy Ghatak in Narada sting tape case.

As soon as a vacation bench of Justices Hemant Gupta and Bose assembled to commence the day's proceedings, Justice Gupta said his brother judge is recusing himself from hearing these appeals.

Justice Gupta, presiding over the bench, said the issue would be now placed before Chief Justice N V Ramana who may take the decision and the pleas may be listed for hearing during the day itself.

The top court was scheduled to hear three appeals including that of the state government challenging the high court's denial for filing of affidavits by her and the state Law Minister in their role on the day of arrest of four Trinamool Congress leaders on May 17 by the central agency in the case.

It has been alleged that the state ruling party leaders played a key role in stopping the CBI from performing its legal duty after arresting four leaders in the case.

Earlier, Banerjee had said that the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has made “false allegations” about her sitting in protest outside CBI’s Kolkata office after the arrest of two Trinamool Congress (TMC) ministers and another prominent MLA on May 17 in connection with the 2016 Narada sting tapes.

With PTI inputs


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