‘Confused, who are rejoicing over SC’s decision…’, Home Minister Amit Shah taunts opposition in ED chief case

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SC Decision On ED Case: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday took a jibe at opposition leaders who were celebrating the Supreme Court’s decision on repeated extensions of the tenure of Enforcement Directorate (ED) chief Sanjay Kumar Mishra. Shah said that those celebrating are getting confused. The apex court has upheld amendments to the Central Vigilance Commission Act (CVC Act), 2021. Through this act, the government can give a maximum tenure of five years to the CBI and ED chiefs.

Who is the director of ED, does not matter

Amit Shah said that ED’s powers on corruption and those who misuse the law will remain the same. The Union Minister said that the central probe agency is above any single person to investigate the offenses of money laundering and violation of foreign exchange laws. He is only focused on fulfilling his goals and objectives. Amit Shah said who is the ED director? this is not important. Because whoever occupies this position will attest to the rampant corruption of the club of anti-development minded dynasts.

The Supreme Court stayed the order to extend the term of Sanjay Mishra

The Supreme Court on Tuesday termed as illegal the third service extension of Sanjay Kumar Mishra, the current director of the Enforcement Directorate (ED). The court shortened Sanjay Mishra’s tenure while staying the order to extend his tenure. The court said that Mishra can continue in his post till July 31. Please inform that the term of Sanjay Mishra was to end on 18 November.

A bench of Justices BR Gavai, Vikram Nath and Sanjay Karol observed that the extension of service of Sanjay Mishra was contrary to the 2021 judgment given by a division bench of the Supreme Court, in which the court had restrained Mishra from being given extension beyond November 2021. An order was issued for

Explain that this decision has come on the petitions challenging the extension of the tenure of Sanjay Kumar Mishra, the current Director of Enforcement Directorate (ED).

Opposition welcomed the decision

Trinamool Congress MP Mahua Moitra, one of the petitioners in the case, thanked the Supreme Court for declaring Mishra’s extension illegal. He tweeted and wrote that BJP – we will fight you in the elections, we will fight you in the court. We will fight in the fields and on the streets, we will never surrender.

Congress General Secretary KC Venugopal said that his party has been saying from the beginning that the extension of the tenure of the ED director is completely illegal. He said that the stand of the Congress party has proved to be correct. The government has been exposed today. The decision of the Supreme Court is a slap on the face of the government.

Read also: Supreme Court declares third service extension of ED Director Sanjay Mishra illegal, tenure reduced

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