ADITYA KASHYAP Vs. RACHITA TANEJA
SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
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(1.)The petitioner, a student of law, has filed this petition for initiating proceedings for contempt for
publishing contemptuous posts on social media which
allegedly scandalise and undermine the authority of this
Court. The petitioner has filed this contempt petition
after obtaining consent of learned Attorney General for
India. Learned Attorney General for India while giving
his consent by letter dated December 1, 2020 recording
his satisfaction states"
"....... ....... ....... I am satisfied that each one of the tweets with the cartoons attached to them is in contempt of the Supreme Court of India, and hence I give my consent to initiate proceedings under the Contempt of Courts Act, 1971 in regard to each one of the tweets." Issue notice returnable within six weeks.
(2.)The contemnorrespondent not to appear in person.
ORDER 1. Issue notice returnable within six weeks in terms of the signed order.
2. The contemnor - respondent not to appear in person.
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