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Loya in SC: Indira Jaising reminds CJI that she will be intervening on behalf of Admiral Ramdas, not the existing petitioners

Senior advocate Indira Jaising has requested the Supreme Court to amend its order to reflect that she did not agree to the transfer of Bombay high court petitions to the apex court, since she was not appearing on behalf of the Bombay high court petitioners but “reminded the court” that she would be intervening on behalf of Admiral Ramdas.

Indira Jaising told us: “I mentioned the Loya case today before the bench presided over by the Chief Justice to point out that I am not appearing in the two petitions in the high court of Bombay, hence there was no question of my agreeing to the transfer of those petitions to the SC and said the order needs correction.”

“They agreed to make the correction,” she added

She explained that she would be filing an intervention application on behalf of Admiral Ramdas, who is intervening as a private citizen based on “facts from the public record”, said Jaising.

Senior counsel Dushyant Dave is acting for the Bombay Lawyers Association, which Jaising is not appearing on behalf of.

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