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NEW DELHI: CJI Dipak Misra had no meander of the press meeting when he commenced proceedings in his assembly with righteousnesses a m Khanwilkar and D Y Chandrachud at 10.37 am on Friday.
By 11 am, there was a sound in the assembly passageways as a news entrance radiated that a press meeting by the four most elder justices was close. As writers rushed to righteousness J Chelameswar's dwelling, a communication was moved to CJI Misra by the registry about the press meeting at 12 hour. All four elder justices had quickly completed their day's work, despite Friday being one of the busiest days of the week in statuses of amount of cases put up for perceiving.

The CJI-led bench got up abruptly at 12 noon and retired to the chamber, possibly to watch the presser which was being televised live on all news channels. Clueless lawyers came to know about the reason later and many were talking in the corridors as to why so many benches were breaking so early.

Many speculated that the allegations against the CJI would make him nervous and he would not resume work. Contrary to it, the CJI-led bench resumed work at 2 pm and heard cases patiently while disposing of many. Though there was a streak of sadness on the CJI's face, he remained composed.



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