Big order of Supreme Court in Sandeshkhali case
Big order of Supreme Court in Sandeshkhali case

Sandeshkhali Case: The Parliamentary Ethics Committee’s appeal about the Sandeshkhali case has been challenged by the West Bengal government in the Supreme Court. The Privileges Committee’s action was halted by the Supreme Court. Additionally, he sent a notice to the Secretariat of the Lok Sabha.

Senior advocate Kapil Sibal reportedly brought up in the Supreme Court the West Bengal government’s appeal against the Parliamentary Ethics Committee’s notice about the Sandeshkhali incident in that state. This was reported by news agency ANI. Speaking on behalf of the petitioner, senior attorney Kapil Sibal stated that political activity cannot be included in privilege.

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During the hearing of the Bengal government’s plea, the Supreme Court halted the Lok Sabha Privileges Committee’s action against some officials, including the West Bengal Chief Secretary and the DGP. After four weeks, there will be another hearing on this matter.

Let us inform you that prominent officials, including the Chief Secretary of West Bengal, have received notices from the Parliament’s Ethics Committee. Based on Lok Sabha MP Sukant Majumdar’s complaint, a notice of breach of privilege was issued. Majumdar has lodged a complaint alleging that the matter was not allowed to go to Sandeshkhali.

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