55 Arrested for carrying out protests in front of SC
Fifty-five nonconformists, for the most part, ladies’ legal advisors, and activists were confined outside the Supreme Court on Tuesday when they challenged the method embraced to manage an inappropriate behavior charge against Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi.
Justice Gogoi on Monday got a spotless chit from an in-house request advisory group of the peak court that "has discovered no substance" in the claims of lewd behavior leveled against him by a previous lady worker of the court.
Conveying pennants which read, "No spotless chit," "Matchless quality of Rule of law must be kept up," "Be you high, the law is above you," a few ladies legal counselors and activists organized a dissent outside the Supreme Court raising a complaint to the perfect chit given to Justice Gogoi.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (New Delhi) Madhur Verma stated, "There was the substantial arrangement of police around the territory. Three men and 52 ladies’ dissidents were kept and taken to the Mandir Marg police headquarters."
Requesting a straightforward request, dissident Annie Raja stated, "The Supreme Court council has disregarded every single existing standard. We need to secure the justice framework. On the off chance that the SC itself is damaging the standards, at that point, there will be no an incentive in the framework left."
The three-part panel continued ex-parte as the lady had quit the request on April 30.
The complainant had on Monday stated, "net injustice" has been done to her as a lady resident of India and her "most exceedingly awful feelings of trepidation" have worked out as expected, and all expectations of justice and change from the most astounding court of the land have been broken.