Nandigram case should be removed to Vinh state II petitioner Shuvendur in the Supreme Court II POLITICAL NEWS - WEBMULTICHANNEL

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Nandigram case should be removed to Vinh state II petitioner Shuvendur in the Supreme Court II POLITICAL NEWS

 The High Voltage Nandigram case is pending in the Calcutta High Court. Opposition leader Shuvendu Adhikari wants the Nandigram case to be shifted to Vinh state this time. Shuvendu Adhikari has filed a petition in this regard in the Supreme Court. According to Shuvendu, we want a fair trial in the Nandigram case. So let the Nandigram case be shifted to Vinh State. An impartial trial of the Nand Ingram case will not be available in the Calcutta High Court. So I have become the subject of the highest court of the country. In order to get a fair trial in this case and move the case elsewhere.

Incidentally, the High Court is hearing the High Voltage Nandigram case. A bench of Justice Shampa Sarkar is hearing the Nandigram case. During the hearing, High Court Justice Shampa Sarkar gave several instructions to the CEO. What is that instruction? That is, all the voting documents of the Nandigram assembly constituency should be kept. Videography, EVM, VVIPAT will be reserved till the case is settled. A virtual hearing of the Nandigram case was held on that day. Justice Shampa Sarkar sent notices to all parties in the Nandigram case on the same day. All parties, namely Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, Leader of the Opposition Shuvendu Adhikari, the Election Commission, and the Returning Officer of the Nandigram Assembly constituency. The next hearing of the Nandigram case has also been announced. The next hearing of the Nandigram case will be held on August 12.

                                               


Note that the bench in the High Voltage Nandigram case has already been changed. Mamata Banerjee did not want the Nandigram case to be heard in the court of Justice Kaushik Chand. Because the state president Dilip Ghosh has joined hands with Kaushik Chand, the Trinamool leadership became impatient. Besides, the Trinamool leadership complained that Kaushik Chanda had fought multiple cases on behalf of the BJP while he was a lawyer. Acting Chief Justice of the High Court Kaushik Chand has withdrawn from the Nandigram case on his own. Therefore, the Nandigram case was heard in the bench of Justice Shampa Sarkar. Acting Chief Justice of the High Court Kaushik Chanda withdrew from the Nandigram case on Wednesday last week. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee was fined Rs 5 lakh for corrupting the judiciary. That 5 lakh rupees has been asked to be given to the State Bar Council. That 5 lakh rupees will be used for covid treatment. But Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's lawyer said the directive was being challenged. So right now a fine of Rs 5 lakh is not being paid. Mamata Banerjee and Shuvendu Adhikari faced each other in the battle of Nandigram in the Ekushey assembly election. Shuvendu Adhikari won the high voltage election. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has alleged fraud in the counting of votes. Mamata Banerjee has filed a case in the High Court seeking a recount in Nandigram. Political circles are looking at where the Nandigram case takes a turn.

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