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Bihar shelter home case: SC holds Rao and Bhasuran guilty of contempt of court

New Delhi, Feb 12 (UNI) Supreme Court on Tuesday held the former acting interim director of the CBI, M Nageswara Rao and legal adviser of the premiere investigating agency, S Bhasuran guilty of contempt of court for not taking its prior approval in transferring one of the officials who was handling the probe in the alleged Bihar shelter home case.
A three-judge bench of the apex court, headed by Chief Justice of India (CJI) Ranjan Gogoi, imposed a fine of Rs 1-lakh each and sentenced them till the rising of the court.
"We find both (Rao and Bhasuran) guilty of contempt of court. We accordingly sentence each of them to pay a fine of Rs 1-lakh each and sentence them till the rising of the court," CJI Gogoi said in his order.
Earlier during the course of the hearing, Rao had appeared before the top court while complying with the SC's earlier order to be present personally in it and explain as to why he had allegedly interfered with it's order in transferring one of the official in the Bihar shelter home case.
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