[Narada] Supreme Court sets aside Calcutta HC order refusing to take on record affidavits of CM, State and Law Minister; remands matter to HC

By its June 9 order, the Calcutta High Court had refused to take on record reply affidavits filed by the State, the CM, and the State law minister in the transfer plea filed by CBI in the Narada case.
[Narada] Supreme Court sets aside Calcutta HC order refusing to take on record affidavits of CM, State and Law Minister; remands matter to HC
Justices Vineet Saran and Dinesh Maheshwari

The Supreme Court on Friday annulled a June 9 order of the Calcutta High Court refusing to take on record reply affidavits by the West Bengal government, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and State Law Minster Moloy Ghatak in the plea filed by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) seeking transfer of the Narada case.

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