Bombay Hc Clarifies It Was Referring To A Book By Kolkata Journalist
Said what has been reported is disturbing for the institution (Bombay High Court). Justice Sarang Kotwal, to whom the statements were attributed, said he is “shocked” to know about what has been reported.
On Wednesday, there were media reports, including in IndiaToday.in, that wrongly reported that Justice Sarang Kotwal raised questions on the accused keeping a copy of Leo Tolstoy’s ‘War and Peace’.
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