The West Bengal State Government and the State Attorney General appealed against the Supreme Court’s refusal to accept its affidavit Judges Hemant Gupta and V. Ramasubhramanian will hear their defenses on Friday.
The West Bengal State Government and the State Attorney General are urging the Supreme Court to oppose the Kolkata Supreme Court’s refusal to accept your affidavit.
The West Bengal State Government and State Attorney Minister Moloi Ghatak have submitted a separate application to the Supreme Court to challenge the ruling of the Supreme Court of Calcutta on June 9 The ruling refused to register his affidavit, which was translated from the Central Bureau of Investigation (CB) in the Narada Power Case.
A court composed of Judges Hermant Gupta and Judges V. Ramasubhramanian will hear testimony on Friday. The statement stated that the rights of the state government and the attorney general should not be restricted, “especially when the CBI stated in its June 9 ruling that the Calcutta Supreme Court indicated that they (CM, the attorney general and the minister of state) are waiting.
While representing Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee at the Supreme Court of Kolkata, Chief Prosecutor Rakesh Dwivedi argued that ignoring the affidavit would obstruct justice.
Calcutta High Court accepts SGSG’s argument