Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, on Thursday, took strong objections to the observations made against Senior Advocate Indira Jaising in the verdict of the Sessions Court acquitting former Tehelka Editor-in-Chief, Tarun Tejpal. .Mehta, who appeared for the State of Goa in the appeal filed by the State before the Bombay High Court, said that the lower court had observed that the complainant had approached Indira Jaising for advice. ."This girl who is victim of sexual abuse, by person who is father’s friend approached eminent counsel of Indira Jaising for advice. According to me it was right, approaching a lawyer of her repute," Mehta said .Mehta further said that the lower court stated there was doctoring of events with the help of legal experts. "Then there is submission that this may have led to doctoring of events. To accuse a lawyer of her stature of doctoring?" Mehta said. .The Court eventually ordered that the case be posted for further hearing on June 2. It also directed the Additional Sessions Judge, who acquitted Tejpal, to redact the references to the identity of prosecutrix and her family members in the judgment.Read a detailed account of the hearing here.