The Supreme Court on Tuesday reserved judgment on the contempt case of Prashant Bhushan.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday reserved judgment on the contempt case of Prashant Bhushan.

The Supreme Court on Tuesday reserved judgment on the contempt case of Prashant Bhushan. The court said, “Bhushan has freedom of expression, but he does not want to apologize for contempt.” The person must feel a mistake. We gave them time. But he (Prashant Bhushan) says that he will not apologize. “The Supreme Court said why can’t you apologize when someone hurts you.” The court also made it clear that their (court’s) side can be talked only through orders.

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Attorney General KK Venugopal said that the Supreme Court should show mercy while warning Prashant Bhushan. The court asked Venugopal that Bhushan had said that the Supreme Court is over, is it not objectionable?

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Prashant refused to apologize in the Supreme Court.

On Monday, Prashant refused to apologize in the Supreme Court for contempt of courts and judges. Bhushan had said, ‘What I said is a reality. Now it will be wrong if you apologize, either unconditionally or unconditionally. If you apologize to the helpless, then the conscience will be in contempt. Which I respect the most. ‘

In a two-page affidavit, Bhushan said that he made the tweets well and for the betterment of the institution. It is not right to apologize in such a situation. The Supreme Court on August 20 gave Bhushan two days to consider an unconditional apology after a debate on the sentence. He replied to this on Monday.

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Bhushan had said that apology should not be sought under pressure or provocation, it should be sought sincerely,
read the order of the Supreme Court and regretted it. The court had given two days to reconsider the statement in the courtroom. But the order wrote that 2 days have been given for filing an unconditional apology. I have the highest respect for the Supreme Court. I believe that this Court is the last hope for the defense of fundamental rights, watchdog institutions and constitutional democracy. Forgiveness should be sought in earnest, not under pressure or provocation.

These 2 tweets of Prashant Bhushan are considered contempt by the court.

First tweet: June 27- When historians look at the last 6 years of India, we find how democracy was ended in the country without Emergency. In this they (historians) will question the role of the Supreme Court, especially 4 former CJIs.

Second tweet: June 29- In this, senior counsel shared photo of Chief Justice SA Bobde with Harley Davidson bike. The CJI, while doing evil to Bobde, wrote that he had ordered the courts to be closed during the Corona era.

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Another case referred to another bench

The Supreme Court referred Prashant Bhushan’s 2009 contempt case to another bench. The court also said that it is not only a matter of punishment but also a matter of trust in institutions. In an interview to Tehelka magazine 11 years ago, Bhushan made a comment against the judiciary. The matter will now be heard on September 10.
A bench of Justice Arun Mishra told advocate Rajiv Dhawan, appearing on behalf of Bhushan, that people come to the court for relief, but when their confidence is shaken, the problem arises. Kapil Sibal appeared on behalf of journalist Tarun Tejpal. He told the bench that people will come and go, but the institutions will always remain. It is importan


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