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14 November 2017, 11:51 | Charlene Valdez
The Supreme Court of India. Source
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What he sought was "justice" in the instant case as Article 142 says: "The Supreme Court in the exercise of its jurisdiction may pass such decree or make such order as is necessary for doing complete justice in any cause or matter pending before it".
Some lawyers had asked that the Chief Justice recuse himself because he has been hearing the case of the medical college.
Jaiswal's petition was mentioned on November 9 before a two-judge bench headed by Justice Chelameswar for urgent hearing.
Attorney General KK Venugopal argued in his personal capacity.
It had over-ruled the order of Justice Chelameswar directing a constitution bench hearing, saying "if any such order has been passed by any bench, that can not hold the field as that will be running counter to the order passed by the constitution bench".
Justice Arun Misra, the judge who authored the verdict, said no judge was mentioned in the FIR filed by CBI against the UP organisation - Prasad Educational Trust. "Refraining from initiating contempt. Let us work together for this great institution", the Supreme Court bench of Justices RK Agarwal, Arun Mishra and AM Khanwilkar said.
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