A 5-judge Bench of Calcutta High Court is hearing the plea moved by the CBI to transfer the Narada scam case presently pending before a special court to the High Court..The High Court had recently granted interim bail to the four TMC leaders, Firhad Hakim, Subrata Mukherjee, Madan Mitra and Sovan Chatterjee, who were arrested by the CBI in relation to the case on May 17..Read an account of the last hearing here..Live updates from the hearing today feature here..Hearing commences. Sidharth Luthra resumes submissions. .Luthra says there must be error, omission or failure of justice. Trial court order does not reflect any of it..Luthra on Audi alteram Partem. .They CBI cannot go against State (based on law and order) and seek pass an order which affects us (accused) without hearing us: Sidharth Luthra..In fact, they should have told the court that we are affected by the order and should be heard: Sidharth Luthra..Justice Soumen Sen asks if you create a position which leads to your benefit, then can you later say you were not heard. .These people were not simply bystanders but were leaders of ruling dispensation, says Justice Sen. .The remedy for CBI was to seek quashment of bail order. If what they did is permitted, then if an individual minister is accused, will they simply file plea against State and not make the minister a party and get an order against the minister: Sidharth Luthra.Liberty is sacrosanct. There is a recent Supreme Court judgment in Arnab Goswami: Luthra concludes his arguments. .Counsel Sourav Chhatterjee commences arguments on behalf of Sovan Chhatterjee..By the time arguments started before special court, CBI court had already moved High Court. This fact was conveniently suppressed: Sourav Chatterjee. .The subsequent prayer before High Court on mobocracy is an afterthought. The petition before special court does not mention anything on mobocracy. It is therefore CBI which acted high handedly and suppressed things: Chatterjee. .Chatterjee says CBI was holding accused hostage at their office even before High Court order was passed. He also submits he is not holding any public office since 2018 and is not currently part of any political party..Chatterjee concludes. Bench rises. Hearing again on Monday at 11 am.