Breaking: Supreme Court gives Prashant Bhushan 2-3 days to reconsider statement, AG Venugopal urges Court not to punish Bhushan for contempt

Supreme Court has reserved its order on sentencing and granted Bhushan time till August 24 to tender an "unconditional apology".
Breaking: Supreme Court gives Prashant Bhushan 2-3 days to reconsider statement, AG Venugopal urges Court not to punish Bhushan for contempt
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In its suo motu contempt case initiated against Advocate Prashant Bhushan, the Supreme Court today gave the lawyer time till August 24 to reconsider his statement on the proceedings and tender an "unconditional apology".

Quite significantly, Attorney General for India KK Venugopal, as an officer of the Court, urged the Court not to proceed against Bhushan during today's hearing on sentencing.

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