[BREAKING] Calcutta High Court agrees to take on record affidavits of West Bengal govt, CM, Law Minister in Narada case

The affidavits will be taken on record subject to costs of Rs. 5,000 from each party.
Calcutta High Court, five-judge Bench
Calcutta High Court, five-judge Bench

The Calcutta High Court on Wednesday agreed to take on record reply affidavits by the West Bengal government, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and State Law Minster Moloy Ghatak in the case filed by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) seeking transfer of the Narada case.

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