Supreme Court orders medical examination of Calcutta HC judge C S Karnan
The Supreme Court on Monday constituted a therapeutic board in Kolkata to inspect the psychological wellness of Calcutta HC judge C S Karnan, who is confronting scorn proceedings.
The therapeutic board to inspect Justice Karnan will be set by the administration healing facility in Kolkata.
The SC likewise coordinated the West Bengal DGP to set up a group of police authorities to help the therapeutic board in analyzing Justice CS Karnan on May 4.
Facilitate, the zenith court guided all experts in the nation to not comply with any of the decisions gone by Justice Karnan since February 8, when hatred procedures were started against him.
The top court requested that Karnan document his reaction in the event that he craves along these lines, and coming up short this, the court will assume that he doesn’t ha anything to state on the matter.
The request was passed after Justice Karnan challenged the Supreme Court at the end of the day and did not show up before it on Monday.
A seat of seven judges headed by Chief Justice of India J S Khehar solicited the DGP from West Bengal to constitute a group to take Justice Karnan for examination by a medicinal board on May 4. The board has been made a request to present its report by May 8 and the matter has been posted for hearing on May 9.
Karnan, who is set to resign in June, was stripped of his legal and authoritative powers by the Supreme Court on February 8.
In an extraordinary request, the Supreme Court had issued the capture warrant against Justice Karnan to guarantee his nearness before it on March 31 in a disdain case.
Hitting back at the summit court, Justice Karnan had expressed that they have “no locus standi” to issue a bailable warrant against a sitting judge and charged that he was being focused for being a dalit.
Equity Karnan additionally issued a “request” of registration+ of a case under Schedule Caste and Scheduled Tribe (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989 against Chief Justice of India Justice J S Khehar and six different judges.