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High courts attacking Centre, SG complains to SC; SC applies balm

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New Delhi, Apr 30 (ILNS): The Solicitor General of India today complained to the Supreme Court that several high courts of the country were blaming the Centre for the complete mess the country was in now because of the alleged utter mishandling of the Coronavirus Pandemic and the incredible number of deaths.
SG Tushar Mehta told the bench led by Justice Chandrachud, “There is a common concern, that various high courts are blaming the Central Government. Therefore I am requesting this court as the Karta of this HUF (Hindu Undivided Family) that it should stop the high courts from passing derogatory comments on the government.”
The bench took a sympathetic view of the complaint and Justice Chandrachud said, “We are independent, That’s why people trust us. Whatever we say becomes news. Therefore, I request that high courts should restrain themselves from indulging in unnecessary comments.”
Justice Ravindra Bhat said: “When we took this suo moto cognizance, some people in bar attacked us. But the high courts should behave in a dignified manner. We know this is a difficult time and everyone is under stress, ” The court observed. ILNS\AV\SJ\SNG

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