Should there not be an appeal when a person is convicted for contempt of court by Supreme Court? Apex Court asks

"How do we create this right of appeal like curative petition as that too is not under statute," Justice UU Lalit remarked.
Should there not be an appeal when a person is convicted for contempt of court by Supreme Court? Apex Court asks
Justices UU Lalit and Ajay Rastogi

The Supreme Court on Friday asked whether any method can be devised for creating an appellate remedy in cases where a person is convicted for contempt of court by the Supreme Court as court of the first instance.

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