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We are not going to issue any injunction ever against the media: CJI in Adani-Hindenburg case

We are not going to issue any injunction ever against the media: CJI in Adani-Hindenburg case

On February 24, the Supreme Court denied Adv. ML Sharma's request to stop the media from covering the Adani-Hindenburg case until the court issues its ruling.

When Sharma requested that the media stop reporting on the matter, CJI DY Chandrachud responded, "We are not going to issue any injunction against the media ever."

Sharma, who had previously requested an investigation into Hindenburg Research through a PIL, reaffirmed his request, claiming that the media was causing a sensation, and the CJI said, "make a fair argument, not for injunction to the media."

The bench will soon pass the orders, the CJI added. You may recall that, in light of the Adani-Hindenburg controversy, the bench chaired by the CJI had reserved directions regarding the formation of an expert committee to assess the regulatory framework protecting Indian investors last week.

The names recommended by the Central Government under a sealed cover for membership in the planned committee had been rejected by the bench as well. A number of PILs were being heard by the bench; two of them sought investigations into Hindenburg, while the other two sought investigations into the Adani Group.

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