Supreme Court issues non-bailable warrant against litigant who said contempt notice was "useless, disrespectful"

"Sir, I decline to appear in Court because it is a useless notice from you to me. It is a disrespectful act from you to me", the contemnor's response to notice in the contempt petition read.
Supreme Court
Supreme Court

The Supreme Court on Tuesday issued a non-bailable warrant against a litigant who had refused to deposit costs earlier imposed on him and then gone on to call the notice of contempt proceedings "useless" and "disrespectful." [In Re: Contempt Against Upendra Nath Dalai]

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