When a petitioner embarrasses an apex court judge, the SC shows reason.

Petitioner asked why he should not be charged with criminal misogyny for scandalizing a Supreme Court judge . Petitioner said he was going through intense pain and had offered an apology .

New Delhi, November 25: On Friday, the Supreme Court sent a show cause notice to a petitioner asking why he should not be charged with criminal misogyny for scandalizing a Supreme Court judge.After one of the petitioners made scathing allegations against the judge, the Supreme Court DA Chandrachud and Justice Hima Kohli issued the order.Justice Hima Kohli asked the CJI what interest does the petitioner have in his service case, and the court said he was going through a lot of pain and offered an apology.The petitioner, who appeared in person, said he was going through intense pain and had offered an apology.The court said that the petitioner had three weeks to reflect on his conduct to see whether the apology was true.

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