The Supreme Court on Monday upheld the order of the Calcutta High Court staying crook complaints initiated towards West Bengal Leader of the Opposition and BJP MLA Suvendu Adhikari. The Apex Court referred to that no coercive motion be taken in opposition to him and that he can’t be arrested in both present or future instances besides the High Court nod.
The Apex Court refused to hear the petition of the West Bengal authorities difficult the order of the High Court. Now, Adhikari wants not concerned about the arrest in the cases registered in opposition to him by using the kingdom government.
Justice D. Y. Chandrachud discovered that the court docket ought to now not entertain this for the easy purpose that the order of the single choice used to be challenged below Article 136 earlier than the Supreme Court.
Earlier in September, the single-judge bench of the Calcutta High Court had stayed any coercive motion in the crook instances registered in opposition to Suvendu Adhikari by using the West Bengal government. The court docket on September 6 prolonged intervening time remedy to Adhikari in the context of Crime Investigation Department (CID) summons in connection with the probe into the death of his bodyguard in 2018.
Challenging this order of the High Court, the West Bengal authorities had filed a petition in the Supreme Court.
Adhikari, the BJP’s Nandigram MLA, used to be summoned via the CID questioning in connection with the death of his bodyguard Subhobrata Chakraborty. Chakraborty had allegedly shot himself with his carrier revolver at the safety camp backyard of Adhikari’s Kanthi dwelling in October 2018, following the police.