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Chinmayanand rape case: SC judge separates himself from hearing the case
Chinmayanand rape case: SC judge separates himself from hearing the case

New Delhi: Apex Court Justice R. Bhanumathi has distanced himself from hearing a transfer petition filed against former Union Minister and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Chinmayananda. He has not disclosed the reasons behind this. In the petition, there has been a demand to shift the case from Lucknow to Delhi.

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The petitioner said that Chinmayanand is a very influential person. He has also served as a minister. So the case should be transferred. On 3 February, the Allahabad High Court granted him bail on the basis of ill-health of Chinmayanand. The decision of the Allahabad High Court was challenged by the victim in the apex court.

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The court had agreed to hear the plea of the victim. It is now reported that Justice R Bhanumati has distanced himself from hearing the case. On 3 February, the Allahabad High Court granted bail to former Union Minister Swami Chinmayananda in a rape case. Justice Rahul Chaturvedi, while ruling on bail, ordered the release of Chinmayananda.

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