Putting officers in jail will not bring oxygen to city, let's ensure lives are saved, says SC on contempt notice issued by HC to Centre.

PTI | New Delhi | Updated: 05-05-2021 13:27 IST | Created: 05-05-2021 13:27 IST
Putting officers in jail will not bring oxygen to city, let's ensure lives are saved, says SC on contempt notice issued by HC to Centre.

Putting officers in jail will not bring oxygen to city, let's ensure lives are saved, says SC on contempt notice issued by HC to Centre.

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