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Rafale case: Will first decide on Centre's preliminary objections, says SC A bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi asked the petitioners seeking review of its order to focus on the preliminary objections regarding admissibility of the leaked documents

Current Affairs: The Supreme Court made it unmistakable on Thursday that it will choose first on the starter protests raised by the Center and after that go into the realities of the Rafale contender fly arrangement case. A seat headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi solicited the candidates looking for audit from its request to concentrate on the starter protests in regards to acceptability of the spilled reports.


"Simply after we choose the fundamental complaint raised by the Center, we will go into the certainties of the case," said the seat, additionally involving Justices S K Kaul and K M Joseph. At the start, Attorney General K Venugopal, showing up for the Center, guaranteed benefit over reports relating to the Rafale contender fly arrangement with France and told the Supreme Court that nobody can create them in the court without the consent of the division concerned.Read More Business Standard

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Rafale case: Will first decide on Centre's preliminary objections, says SC  

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