I am not a complicated spokesperson, the Chief Justice spoke to the Solicitor General in SC during the hearing on pollution – learned English in 8th class


Chief Justice of India NV Ramana on Saturday said he is not a complicated spokesperson and learned English in Class VIII. In fact, the hearing was going on in the court regarding the issue of increasing pollution in Delhi-NCR. Meanwhile, the Chief Justice’s remarks came after Solicitor General Tushar Mehta clarified that he was not saying that only farmers are responsible for pollution in the far-flung Delhi-NCR region.

The Chief Justice told Tushar Mehta, appearing for the Central Government in the court, “Unfortunately I am not a complicated spokesperson. It is my shortcoming that I learned English in 8th class. I don’t have good english to express the words. I have studied law in English language. After this Tushar Mehta said that he also learned English in 8th class and then studied in Gujarati medium till graduation. We are traveling on the same boat. I also studied law through English medium.


Let us inform that the top court of the country has expressed deep concern over the pollution studied in the Delhi-NCR region. Terming it as an emergency, the Supreme Court has asked the Center and the Delhi government to take appropriate steps to improve the air quality. The court has also advised to consider shutting down vehicles and imposing a lockdown in the national capital. The Chief Justice said that we want that pollution should be stopped at the earliest and nothing else.


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