Narada Case : The Calcutta High Court has accepted the affidavits of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and State Law Minister Malay Ghatak in the Narad case. However, the High Court said that the CBI could submit an affidavit in return. The court has given 10 days to the CBI for that.
The High Court on Wednesday said the chief minister Mamata Banerjee, law minister and state government would have to pay a fine of Rs 5,000 each. The State Legal Services Authority will have to pay the fine to the court.
State Advocate General Kishore Dutt told a division bench of Acting Chief Justice Rajesh Bindal of the High Court at the hearing on Wednesday that law and order is a state matter. Therefore, it is important for the state to make a statement in this regard. That is why it is important to submit an affidavit. Following the remarks, Justice Indraprasanna Mukherjee said, “The hearing should be concluded as soon as possible. The hearing on this matter could not last long. Otherwise, it will send the wrong message to the people. “