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Supreme Court to hear plea by SAD Leader Bikram Singh Majithia against quashing of FIR’s registered against him in NDPS Case

By LawStreet News Network      04 April, 2022 09:11 PM      0 Comments
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Supreme Court to hear plea by SAD Leader Bikram Singh Majithia against quashing of FIR’s registered against him in NDPS Case

Sibal: This is a matter where there are 3 statements of accused taken by ED.

Kant J: There is detailed reference to writ pending in HC, the then DGP who passed the order directing for registration of FIR and there are Punj and Haryana HC order, they were passed by my bench.

Kant J: If you have slightest doubt, I can....

Sibal: We have no problem.

DYC J: Mr Sibal, can we take your matter after lunch? We can even accommodate you.

Sibal: Monday?

Sibal: There is predicate offence relating to these accused and there are 3 statements to the ED qua the offence. Now you take statement under section 50, can't do that.

This is a legal issue. Such statements could not be recorded by the ED

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