Supreme Court Halts Trial in Defamation Case Against Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav

The Supreme Court of India has temporarily suspended the trial in the criminal defamation case filed against Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav. The case pertains to his alleged comment, “All Gujaratis Are Thugs,” which was made in Ahmedabad.

A bench comprising Justices Abhay S. Oka and Pankaj Mithal issued this order and further directed the complainant to respond to the transfer petition filed by Mr. Yadav. The bench, which included Justice A.S. Oka and Justice Pankaj Mithal, issued the notice in this matter.

This decision by the Supreme Court effectively puts the trial on hold and gives both parties an opportunity to present their arguments. The case has garnered significant attention due to the nature of the alleged remark, and the Supreme Court’s involvement adds another layer of significance to the proceedings.

The matter will now progress with the notice being served to the complainant, and the court will carefully consider the arguments presented by both sides in the upcoming hearings. This development will likely impact the course of the case and its outcome, making it an important story to follow.


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