Gujarat High Court seeks unconditional apology from litigant who used 'unparliamentary language' on social media against judges

"How can you use such intemperate language for judges. We will not accept such bad language. This use of unparliamentary language cannot be tolerated at all," the Chief Justice observed.
Gujarat High Court
Gujarat High Court

The Gujarat High Court Wednesday took exception to the intemperate and unparliamentary language used against its judges by a person appearing as party-in-person in a public interest litigation (PIL) petition [Vishwas Bhamburkar vs Union of India].

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