Who Put Posters Outside of Justice Mantha’s Residence CHC asks Kolkata Police Commissioner

Calcutta High Court

The Calcutta High Court on Wednesday directed the Kolkata Police Commissioner to start an inquiry into the posters put up outside Justice Rajasekhar Mantha’s residence in the city.

While calling for a report from the state govt the three-judge bench comprising Justices TS Shivagnanam, P Mukerji and Chitta Ranjan Dash also sought details of who printed such posters and who are behind the protests.

The High Court also ordered that no meetings, processions or posters be allowed on the court premises on issues involving the contempt rule.

The court posted for further hearing of the case on February 2. 

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