Samyabrata Ray Goswami said that she was shocked at the "publicly circulated abhorrent" letter by senior advocate to the Secretary General of the Supreme Court of India.
Dushyant Dave wrote a letter to the SC secretary general lodging ‘strong protest’ on ‘selective listing’ of Goswami’s interim bail plea before a vacation bench.
First, I cannot vouch for the truthfulness or otherwise of the contents of the letter of the CM’s letter to the Chief Justice of India.
The senior lawyer said that the Supreme Court has come to "such levels where the Judges are afraid of the Bar" and added that "judges come and go" but highlighted the bar remain constant.
Justice Mishra is all set to pronounce key judgements in cases including timelines for payment of AGR dues by telcos and the award of punishment to activist-lawyer Prashant Bhushan in a contempt case.
A fake statement doing the rounds that the Supreme Court Bar Association’s Executive Committee (SCBA) has decided not to hold any farewell for the judge.
Many senior lawyers regretted that because of the coronavirus, they couldn’t hold the customary party for Justice Gupta, but they hailed him for his bold judgments.
Supreme Court is scheduled to go on summer vacation from May 18 till July 5 during which vacation benches usually take up urgent matters.
Supreme Court Bar Association said the executive council has resolved that further action in this regard should be taken after three weeks by analysing the situation.
Justice Mishra, who is third in seniority, on Saturday, praised Modi twice, calling him an 'internationally acclaimed visionary' and 'versatile genius who thinks globally and acts locally'.
SC judges mutiny: Supreme Court Bar Association expresses grave concern, seeks Full Court reference on crisis
The SCBA executive committee held an emergent meeting and unanimously adopted two resolutions on the crisis facing the top judiciary.
SCBA termed the press conference of the four Supreme Court judges as ‘ill planned’ and added that the allegations made by them were not substantial.