Actor assault case: SC dismisses survivor's plea to alternate trial courtroom

New Delhi: The Supreme courtroom on Friday pushed aside the petition filed by means of the survivor within the actor sexual assault case seeking to switch the trial to a further court.

A bench comprising Justices Ajay Rastogi and CT Ravikumar refused to intervene with the Kerala excessive courtroom's order that rejected the survivor's switch plea. She had approached the apex court alleging bias on the part of the presiding judge of the trial courtroom.

The bench followed that a Supreme courtroom intervention would create a "bad precedent".

The bench also followed permitting 'fallacious questions' can not be treated as showing bias. "We can not allow all such petitions alleging bias, judges aren't able to discharge their obligations without worry and favour then," the bench orally accompanied.

Senior advocate Mukul Rohatgi, acting for actor Dileep, who's dealing with trial within the case because the alleged major conspirator, submitted that the survivor's attempt become to extend the trial. Rohatgi entreated the bench to impose heavy expenses on the petition.

The petition was filed towards the high courtroom which brushed aside the survivor's plea gazing that no floor has been made out to reveal the very own bias of the decide.

(With inputs from live law.)


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