[Narada Hearing] "Case should have gone to single-judge:" AG Kishore Dutta; "Country wants to know:" SG Tushar Mehta [Read Full Exchange]

"Country also wants to know whether rules of Court can be dispensed with," Senior Advocate Kalyan Bandhopadhyay shot back.
[Narada Hearing] "Case should have gone to single-judge:" AG Kishore Dutta; "Country wants to know:" SG Tushar Mehta [Read Full Exchange]
Advocate General Kishore Dutta, Tushar Mehta, Calcutta HC

The hearing on Monday in the transfer petition relating to arrest of four senior All India Trinamool Congress (TMC) leaders in the Narada case witnessed heated exchange of words between Solicitor General of India, Tushar Mehta on one side and West Bengal Advocate General Kishore Dutta and Senior Advocate and TMC MLA, Kalyan Bandhopadhyay on the other.

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