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The two lawyers brought the opinions of Trinamool Congress All India General Secretary Abhishek Banerjee on the court verdict to the attention of Justice Sabyasachi Bhattacharya of the Calcutta High Court. They even requested that a suo motu case be heard. The Calcutta High Court had recommended that a lawsuit be filed in this regard. However, after hearing the response, the Calcutta High Court dismissed Abhishek Banerjee's suo motu case.

What did the Calcutta High Court have to say?

Following Abhishek Banerjee's remarks, the complaint was filed today. Justice Ajoy Kumar Mukherjee observed during the hearing, "This high court has a total of 41 judges. It should be apparent who was addressed or to whom the message was sent. There isn't such a thing as 1%. As a result, the court does not believe a contempt case is necessary. The court does not believe Abhishek's remarks have tainted the legal system. This time, there is no necessity for suo motu action." Following the judge's remarks, the case was dismissed.

The Calcutta High Court questioned what Abhishek meant by one percent of the judges as soon as the matter was heard. The complainant, Sushmita Saha Dutta, was then reported to have supplied a pen drive with Abhishek's speech. When Justice Sabyasachi Bhattacharya heard this, he inquired, "What exactly does 1% of judges imply? It's unclear to whom it was intended. I believe I should steer clear of the topic."