He counter attack CJI Khehar, calls SC to hear the matter only after CJI retires.
Unfazed by Supreme Court’s unprecedented contempt notice, Calcutta HC’s Justice C S Karnan has termed it as a maladie exercise while demanding issue to be referred to the Parliament.
In his two-page letter to the Supreme Court, Karnan stated that exercise of suo motu contempt notice issued to him by Seven-judge Bench headed by the CJI J S Khehar was “erroneous and has been wilfully and wantonly passed with maladies intentions“.
Alleging that contempt notice was issued to him with ill-will, he further added that matter should be heard by court after retirement of Justice Khehar as CJI or If the matter is required to be dealt with urgently , then let it be transferred to the Parliament.
Striking a defiant note, he stated that he stood by corruption charges he has levelled against the various judges and was ready to provide the proof.
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