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Salve repeatedly asked permission for debate, SC expresses unhappiness

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The court did not allow Harish Salve to debate. (Photo courtesy – News18 English)

The Court (Supreme Court) remarked, ‘The Court Master is telling us that no Advocate on Record has told him that Salve is appearing in the listed cases today.’ When this request was repeated, the bench said that Salve will be heard tomorrow.

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  • Last Updated:December 17, 2020, 12:12 AM IST

new Delhi. The Supreme Court repeatedly urged senior advocate Harish Salve to allow some ‘legal points’ during the hearing on a petition filed for the removal of farmers protesting on the borders of Delhi. On leaving, expressed unhappiness on Wednesday. Chief Justice S.A. Bobde, Justice A.S. A bench of Bopanna and Justice V Ramasubramanian told the Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, appearing for the Center, that Salve could be involved in the proceedings on Thursday, when the case would be heard again.

What did the Solicitor General say
This matter came to the fore when Mehta told the bench that he had received a message from Salve that his link should be opened to join this action. Mehta said, “I got a message from Harish Salve and he is requesting to start the sound system.”

The court said-The bench remarked, ‘The Court Master is telling us that no Advocate on Record has told him that Salve is appearing in the listed cases today.’ When this request was repeated, the bench said that Salve will be heard tomorrow.

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Displeasure of the court

In the final moments of the hearing, when Mehta once again made the same request and said that he was just sending a message to the court, the bench turned back and said, “Don’t act like a messenger, you are the Solicitor General of the country.”

The court issued notices to the Center and others during the hearing on the petitions filed to remove the farmers who had blocked the boundaries of Delhi during the Kisan Movement, indicating that a committee could be set up to resolve the dispute.

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