Solicitor General (SG) Tushar Mehta on Tuesday took exception to an argument made by advocate Prashant Bhushan regarding former Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi in the case relating to disinvestment of Hindustan Zinc Ltd. .The SG made certain strong remarks before a Bench of Chief Justice of India SA Bobde, and Justices AS Bopanna and V Ramasubramanian which was hearing a plea by National Confederation of Officers' Associations of Central Public Sector Undertakings challenging the disinvestment of the government's shares in Hindustan Zinc Limited..Advocate Prashant Bhushan, representing the petitioner, stated that no reason was given as to why the case was not made a regular case despite recommendations from all officials."The then Attorney General had submitted it was not required, and it was later found that he was the lawyer for Vedanta," submitted Bhushan..At this point, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta intervened stating that Bhushan is misusing the magnanimity of the Court and has to be stopped from making such arguments. ."Your (Court's) majesty has been taken for granted. Your magnanimity is emboldening him. Don’t abuse every individual or institution. Your Lordship must stop this person. He has made it a habit to accuse every person and institution. He is not at a public platform or public rally," Mehta said. .Bhushan further argued that the plea primarily has two prayers. One, to direct the government from disinvesting its residual shareholding that it was still holding, without amending the act through which Hindustan Zinc was nationalised.."Our another prayer was for a court-monitored investigation. Supreme Court had asked them to file a status report before Court in a sealed cover. CBI was conducting a preliminary inquiry," submitted Bhushan..Senior Advocate Harish Salve, representing Vedanta argued that after first privatisation, when the petition was dismissed, the matter was over. "Its no longer a government company," said Salve. .The Court adjourned the matter for next Tuesday as it sought time to go through the status report filed in the matter.