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Bhushan and sympathisers launch multi-pronged response to contempt proceedings

IndiaTimes Sunday, 2 August 2020 ()
Ahead of the Supreme Court's hearing on contempt proceedings against Prashant Bhushan for his alleged 'contemptuous' remarks against present and former CJIs, he and his sympathisers have launched a multi-pronged response to dissuade the court from going ahead with the contempt cases.
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