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Bombay High Court restrains CBI from taking "coercive action" against lawyers Anand Grover, Indira Jaising and their NGO Lawyers Collective.

PTI | Mumbai | Updated: 25-07-2019 18:22 IST | Created: 25-07-2019 18:22 IST
Bombay High Court restrains CBI from taking "coercive action" against lawyers Anand Grover, Indira Jaising and their NGO Lawyers Collective.

Bombay High Court restrains CBI from taking "coercive action" against lawyers Anand Grover, Indira Jaising and their NGO Lawyers Collective.


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