Angered by appointment of Joint Director AK Sharma, who is investigating the Muzaffarpur Shelter Home case, the Supreme Court has convicted former Interim Director of the CBI Nageshwar Rao for contempt of one lakh and has been fined till the bench upheld Rao. Sentenced to stay in the court. Rao appeared in the court on Tuesday. Meanwhile, Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi heard the case. During this, Rao has filed an affidavit and has unconditionally apologized to the Supreme Court.
During the hearing, Attorney General K.K. Venugopal, who was present on behalf of the CBI, said that Nageshwar Rao has accepted his mistake and was not deliberately done. In response, Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi said that the file notices are clear that Nageshwar Rao was aware of the order of the Supreme Court. Let the court order that no official connected with the investigation of his permission cannot be transferred. The Chief Justice, raising the question of the speed of the transfer process, said that if an interim director (Nageshwar Rao) does not take a decision, then the sky will fall.