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Do not drag judges into controversy: SC judge Arun Mishra

IndiaTimes Friday, 28 February 2020
"Do not drag judges into controversy," Supreme Court judge Justice Arun Mishra said on Friday while hearing of a matter related to sealing of a play school near Khan Market in posh Lutyens Delhi.
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