The Bombay High Court yesterday has issued a contempt notice to advocate Mathews Nedumpara in light of his behaviour while arguing a case.
Nedumpara was appearing in a case filed in 2013, challenging the validity of Sections 154(2) and 101 of the Maharashtra Cooperative Societies Act, 1960. A number of judges recused from the case, which finally came before Chief Justice Dr . . .
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