Narada Sting case: Supreme Court said, Mamata's sit-in wrong, CBI free to take action "

May 26 2021 03:45 PM
Narada Sting case: Supreme Court said, Mamata's sit-in wrong, CBI free to take action

Kolkata: The country's Supreme court has made important remarks in the Narada sting tape case in West Bengal. The Supreme court has termed the dharna given by Bengal CM and Trinamool Congress (TMC) supremo Mamata Banerjee as wrong. It has also told CBI that it is free to take action against them on the issue. The court has said that why should everyone be punished for what the chief minister has done?

On Tuesday, the Supreme Court said that CBI is free to take action against the CM and the law minister for breaking the law. CBI TMC But the brunt of their actions cannot be borne by the accused. The Supreme Court said that the dharna of leaders etc. Nor does the court support the acts done by the CM and the Law Minister.

The Supreme court allowed the investigating agency to withdraw the petition filed against the Calcutta High Court order and made it clear that it had not commented on the merits of the case. The Kolkata High Court had allowed four leaders, including three Trinamool Congress leaders, to be detained at home.

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