Supreme Court upholds Krunal Kamara comedian’s verdict in contempt of court case

Attorney General K.K. Venugopal cleared the contempt case against the comedian for another tweet.

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  • SC hearing in Kunal Kamra contempt case completed
  • The Supreme Court will hear the verdict on Friday
  • The attorney general approved a contempt case against the comedian

New Delhi:

Come on comedian stand Krunal Kamra On the application of contempt against Supreme Court Has completed the hearing and reserved judgment on it. The court will deliver its verdict on Friday. Petitioner’s counsel Nishant Katneshwarkar said that the comedian’s post has tarnished the image of the judiciary in the eyes of the people and is disrespectful. The petitioner had sought the permission of the Attorney General (AG) to take action against Kunal and the AG said that Krunal’s tweets came under contempt.

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Attorney General K.K. Venugopal cleared the contempt case against the comedian for another tweet. Acknowledging the contempt proceedings for his November 18 tweet, the attorney general said it was “completely adulterous and blasphemous” and an attempt to undermine the Supreme Court’s authority.

In this tweet, Kamara made a rude and insulting gesture about CJI with his finger. Earlier, Kamara had also made derogatory remarks on Justice DY Chandrachud after granting bail to journalist Arnab Goswami.

Contempt case will be heard on one more tweet of Krunal Kamra, Attorney General agrees

A senior law official also allowed contempt proceedings against Kunal Kamra in the case, criticizing the Supreme Court saying he was “in a bad test”. Kamara made offensive tweets against the Supreme Court after granting anticipatory bail to Arnab Goswami.

“I will not apologize, I will not pay the fine,” wrote Kunal Kamara, who is facing contempt charges.


Explain that contempt proceedings against any person require the consent of the Attorney General or the Solicitor General under Section 15 of the Court Act 1975.

Video- Surrounded by Kunal Kamara’s tweet against the Supreme Court