Seeing the statues behind the lawyer at the VC hearing, CJI asked - Are you sitting in the museum? Rohatgi said - I am not in the farm house, so that I can swim twice
In the time of Corona, where big companies and industries are facing difficulty in operating, the work of the court is also not easy. Due to the lockdown for the last three months, different courts have had to hear cases through video conferencing. The Supreme Court itself has settled many cases through this route. However, video conferencing has led to some interesting and funny sentences happening around the hearing.
Actually, the former Attorney General joined the court through VC during the hearing of a case. When the hearing of the case began, Chief Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde jokingly questioned senior advocate Rohatgi. After hearing Rohatgi's answer to this, there was a laughter among the judges. Rohtagi was asked by CJI Bobde whether he was sitting in a museum ?, because a lot of statues and statues are seen behind. On this, Rohatgi said in a funny tone that they are sitting at their farmhouse. During the unlock they have come to their form, so that they can enjoy swimming twice a day.
Please tell that Senior Advocate Mukul Rohatgi is known for his restrained behavior and witty manner even in serious matters. During a hearing on a case only last month when Mukul Rohatgi, one of the most expensive lawyers in the country, said before Justice Arun Mishra, "My Lord, my client is very poor." Justice Mishra was also laughed at. Rohatgi did not stop here. He said, "My Lord, now I am also advocating the case of the poor. Now the legal community has changed. We also fight for the poor. ”