Rafale case: Chief justice Ranjan Gogoi pulls up attorney general amidst courtroom drama
Updated : March 06, 2019 05:28 PM IST
Those who put documents on the Rafale deal in the public domain are guilty under the Official Secrets Act and contempt of court, Venugopal said before a three-judge bench headed by Gogoi, which included justices SK Kaul and KM Joseph.
"Where does it say that the court must ask petitioners to clarify on source and means of obtaining the document?" Gogoi asked attorney general K K Venugopal
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