Man shouts ‘Mamata is right’ in court
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The judges took a lenient view of Biswas' act and told him that he would be let off if he apologised for disturbing the court.
Biswas remained silent for a moment and said that he was ready to apologise for his behaviour.
The judges then asked the police to release him.
Next hearing on December 14
The Calcutta High Court on Friday adjourned the hearing on the contempt petition against Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and fixed December 14 for the next hearing. The court said that only one CD containing the footage of Mamata's remarks was submitted to them which they have not watched. During the hearing, Acting Chief Justice Pratap Kumar Roy said one former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court and one former President of India had also said about corruption in the judiciary. So the division bench will have to judge whether the remarks made by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee was a fair comment on the judiciary or made with malice, said the bench.