Prashant Bhushan repeated Gandhi's statement in SC

[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1200"] Prashant Bhushan(file photo)[/caption]

In the contempt of court case, the Supreme Court granted senior advocate Prashant Bhushan two to three days to reconsider his statement. The Supreme Court on Thursday asked Prashant Bhushan to reconsider his statement that he did not apologize for the tweet contempt of court and for this he has been given two to three days. But there came a time during the hearing when Prashant Bhushan repeated Gandhi's statement and said that I neither beg for mercy nor appeal for any kindness.

In fact, the Supreme Court rejected Prashant Bhushan's plea in which he appealed to send the nature of the sentence in this case to another bench. A bench headed by Justice Arun Mishra told senior advocate Dushyant Dave, appearing for the court on behalf of Prashant Bhushan, that no action is taken against him until a decision is reached on a reconsideration petition to convict him in the case. Will. That is, the punishment given to them will not apply.

Prashant Bhushan told the Supreme Court that he was pained that he was 'greatly misunderstood' in the case. He said 'I have tried to discharge my ultimate duty through tweet'.

Quoting Mahatma Gandhi, Prashant Bhushan said, 'I do not beg for mercy, nor do I appeal to you for generosity. I have come here to execute any punishment that will be given to me for what the court considers a crime, while it is not my fault in my eyes, but my highest duty towards the citizens. '

Significantly, the Supreme Court convicted him on August 14 for the comments made on Twitter on the judges. Prashant Bhushan made a comment on the six-year functioning of the judiciary on June 27, while on June 22, the present Chief Justice of the apex court S.K. a. Made a second comment about Bobde and four former Chief Justices