[Narada case] Unless you can show that alleged mobocracy had effect on the judge, how can you invoke Article 226? Calcutta High Court
Calcutta High Court, five-judge Bench

[Narada case] Unless you can show that alleged mobocracy had effect on the judge, how can you invoke Article 226? Calcutta High Court

The Court said that it would first hear arguments on the application by the four TMC leaders seeking recall of the May 17 order of the High Court that cancelled the bail granted to them by the special CBI court.

The Calcutta High Court today ordered that it would first hear arguments on the application seeking recall of the Division Bench order of May 17 that cancelled the bail granted by the special CBI court to four Trinamool Congress (TMC) leaders in relation to the Narada case.

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