West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday showed up for all intents and purposes in the knowing about her request testing the Nandigram Assembly survey result, in which her previous protege and BJP pioneer Suvendu Adhikari won by almost 2,000 votes.
The Chief Minister was needed to be available before a solitary seat of the Calcutta Court according to a prerequisite under the Representation of the People Act, 1951.
Senior supporter Abhishek Manu Singhvi, showing up for the benefit of Mamata Banerjee, looked for the recusal of Justice Kaushik Chanda before whom the matter was recorded.
Be that as it may, the court inquired as to why the recusal application was not raised on June 18, when the matter was first heard. Equity Chanda additionally contemplated whether he ought to continue judicially when the matter was forthcoming before the Chief Justice, who is likewise the expert of the court list.
Mamata Banerjee needs the case to be reassigned to an alternate seat. In a letter composed in the interest of the Chief Minister by her promoter, and conveyed to the Chief Justice of the Calcutta High Court on June 16, Banerjee illustrated two explanations behind the solicitation.
Equity Kaushik Chanda was related with the BJP previously, Banerjee’s letter said, and hence “sensible trepidation of predisposition… for the respondent… “, who is likewise from the BJP.
Banerjee additionally said she “sensibly catches probability of inclination” on the grounds that in April she had a problem with Justice Chanda’s affirmation as a lasting adjudicator at Calcutta High Court. “It will prompt a circumstance and discernment whereby the Honorable Judge, in mediating the matter, might be supposed to be ‘judge in his own motivation’,” the Chief Minister wrote in her letter.