Four members of the Bar Council of West Bengal have written to Chief Justice of India (CJI) NV Ramana claiming that State Bar Council Chairperson Ashok Kumar Deb misused his position and acted on his own while sending a letter to the CJI against current Acting Chief Justice of the Calcutta High Court, Rajesh Bindal..The four members - Kailash Tamol, Samir Paul, Rabindranath Bhattacharya and Mihir Das - claimed that the contents of the letter were neither discussed as an agenda before the Council nor were disclosed to the members."By using the Office of the Bar Council of West Bengal, its Letter head, seal and emblem, without any authority, the Ld. Chairman has acted on his own, without consulting the elected members of the Bar Council of West Bengal," the four members alleged in their communication addressed to the CJI on Monday..They also alleged that the contents of the letter sent by Deb were contemptuous, highly derogatory and bereft of truth or merits..Deb, who is also an MLA belonging to the All India Trinamool Congress party, had on June 25 written a strongly-worded letter to CJI Ramana requesting him to remove Acting Chief Justice Rajesh Bindal from the High Court.The letter by Deb set out a slew of grounds including alleged biased and improper listing and hearing of various cases like the Narada scam, Mamata Banerjee's election petition and a case on wastage of medicines in the State..The letter highlighted the listing and manner of hearing of the recent Narada case to claim that Justice Bindal is heavily biased and partial in favour of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)."Justice Bindal is a partial, unfair and biased judge whose continuance at High Court interferes with fair and impartial dispensation of justice," the letter said..Though the letter was written on the letter head of the Bar Council of West Bengal, four members of the body have now claimed that the issue was never discussed in the council."The contents of the letter was neither discussed as an agenda in any meeting of the council, nor we the below members were aware about it until unless through some social media posts," the four members said in their letter to the CJI..The Chairman signing the letter did not even bother about the majesty of the letter head on which the contemptuous letter has been written, they added.They alleged that the ruling dispensation is using the office of the Bar Council, its letter pad and its seal as a party office to project political thoughts."The ruling dispensation of the Bar Council of West Bengal (with some rogue elected members affiliated with TMC) is acting like stooge of the Party in power at West Bengal," they alleged..They, therefore, sought action for the contemptuous letter which they maintained does not reflect the views of the elected members of the Bar Council.