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Didi decries ‘Govt intrusion’ into SC affairs

| | Kolkata

Hours after some Supreme Court Judges publicly questioned the ways of Chief Justice of India, Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee attacked the Central Government for “unnecessarily interfering” into the affairs of the judiciary.

Expressing her concerns at the developments she said “we are deeply anguished with the developments today about the Supreme Court. What we are getting from the statement of the four senior Hon’ble Judges of Supreme Court about the affairs of the Court makes us really sad as citizens,”.

She said the “Judiciary and the Media are the pillars of democracy. Extreme interference of Central Government with Judiciary is dangerous for democracy,” drawing instant criticism from the netizens who wondered whether forcibly removing the post of the Chairman of State HRC was not an interference with judicial work.

 
 
 
 
 

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