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Bharti's lawyer to bring contempt charges against media

Onkar Singh in New Delhi | November 30, 2006 09:19 IST

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S C Bhuttan, advocate for Bharti Yadav in the Nitish Katara murder case, has threatened to file contempt proceedings against some television channels for inviting SMS's from their views on Bharti's first day's deposition.

Speaking to on Thursday, hours before Bharti was to depose for the second day in a row, Bhuttan said that while the proceedings were held in camera yet a lot of details have come out in the media.

"This is absolutely contemptuous and I am going to take up this matter with the court first thing in the morning," Bhuttan said. When asked if the details that were leaked to the media were correct Bhuttan said that one does not talk about anything, which is contemptuous in nature.

Neelam Katara, when reached on phone, declined to comment on the proceedings of the first day on the ground that they were proceedings in the camera. "I would reserve my comments until the deposition is over, " she said.

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Though she is educated girl but she is a doughter of a most corrupted politician, we should not think more than she will speak lie ...

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