Abhishek Banerjee SC | The Supreme Court did not suspend the interrogation of Abhishek

Abhishek Banerjee SC | The Supreme Court did not suspend the interrogation of Abhishek

Kolkata: The Supreme Court did not issue a stay on the CBI’s interrogation of Abhishek Banerjee in the Kuntal letter case. Only an interim stay has been granted on the fine of Rs.25 lakh. As a result, Abhishek’s discomfort remained. The Trinamool leader did not get any protection during the CBI interrogation. The next hearing of this case is July 10.

Abhishek Banerjee had earlier approached the Supreme Court requesting a speedy hearing in the Kuntal Ghosh letter case. But the court did not grant his request for speedy hearing. The apex court said that the hearing will be held on Friday. The Supreme Court upheld the judgment of Calcutta High Court in the hearing of this case. No protection was provided to the Central Investigation Agency for questioning. However, Calcutta High Court Justice Abhijit Gangopadhyay imposed a fine of Rs 25 lakh on Abhishek and Kuntal, but the Supreme Court stayed the order. At the same time, a notice has been issued and all parties have been summoned to reply.

Last Saturday, Abhishek was summoned by the Central Investigation Agency in this case. Abhishek was interrogated in two rounds for 9 hours and 40 minutes from 11 am.

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Abhishek claimed from the meeting at Shaheed Minar that while he was in custody in the Sarada case, Madan Mitra, Kunal Ghosh, was tried to be named by the Central Investigation Agency. On the way to the court several times from the next day, Kuntal complained that the ED CBI tried to force him to name Abhishek. The jailed Kunt wrote a letter to the lower court judge of Hastings thana Alipur with the same complaint. After this, ED drew the attention of Justice Abhijit Gangopadhyay. Justice Gangopadhyay’s written observation was that the central body can interrogate the Trinamool All India General Secretary if it wants. Abhishek went to the Supreme Court against Justice Gangopadhyay’s order. After that, the case came to the bench of Justice Amrita Sinha on the orders of the Supreme Court. Justice Sinha also upheld Justice Gangopadhyay’s order.

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