Judge Loya's death case hearing will now be conducted by CJI Deepak Mishra


The hearing of the case of CBI Special Judge Brijmohanpal Loya has now been decided by Chief Justice of India Deepak Mishra himself. Along with this, the Aaj Tak report was sent to the Loya case to be sent to another bench. It is known that Aajtak first talked about sending the hearing of the case to the second bench. The case will now be heard on Monday. So far, the hearing of this case was being done by Justice Arun Mishra.

Recently, four judges of the Supreme Court rebelled against Chief Justice Deepak Mishra and made a press conference for the first time. During this time, these judges had openly objected to the trial of Judge Loya's case. These judges also complain that the Chief Justice listens to all the important cases, that is, take advantage of being the Master of Roster.

Among those who questioned the functioning of Chief Justice Deepak Mishra, Supreme Court's Justice Chelameswar, Justice Ranjan Gogoi, Justice Madan Lokur and Justice Kurien Joseph were also involved. After this, Justice Arun Mishra of Supreme Court had separated himself from the hearing. It was also said that it should be presented in front of the appropriate bench for hearing the case. Since then, many speculations were being made to transfer the case.

Now Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Deepak Mishra, has decided to take up the case of the Loya case itself. This case will be presented before his back on Monday. In this case, in the back of Chief Justice Deepak Mishra, the other judges will be included in the other judges, AM Khanvilkar and DC Chandrachud.

In front of the bench of Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Deepak Mishra, Loa case will be presented as 45 number of lawsuits. Earlier, the Supreme Court has upheld the date of January 22 for the hearing of the judge's death case. Earlier, Aajtak had told the hearing of the case of the Loa case to be sent to another bench. At the same time, Attorney General K.K. Venugopal also decided to send Loya Case to another bench during negotiations with Aaj Tak.

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