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Bhushan’s Contempt Case: Can Two Tweets Bring Down Court’s Authority? | Supreme Court to Pronounce Its Judgment at 11 AM Today in the Advocate Prashant Bhushan’s Contempt Case

Bhushan’s Contempt Case

On 9th July 2020 the Supreme Court of India took suo-moto cognisance on the SC Took suo motu cognizance on the basis of a petition filed by Mahek Maheswari seeking to initiate criminal contempt proceedings against Avocate Prashant Bhushan and Twitter India over the tweet on CJI Bobde and another tweet against judiciary.

 

 

 

PDF Judgement of Supreme Court in case of Prashant Bhushan

 

 

 

PDF Judgement of Prashant Bhushan- Click Here to Download

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Dushyant Dave, the appearing advocate for Bhushan, on Wednesday in the 3-hour long hearing argued that ‘Comments Were Not Out Of Malice; But Out Of Love & Affection For Court’. He also questioned that why only some judges are allotted political sensitive matters as his line of reasoning was the criticism of the Supreme Court.

In a terse manner, Dave’s arguments’ centripetal premise was whether Mr. Bhushan’s tweets were contemptuous or not.

Taking all into consideration, the Bench headed by Hon’ble Justice Arun Mishra today at 11 AM will pronounce its judgment on the case.


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