SG Tushar Mehta said, Suvendu officer came to my residence but I did not meet him


Three Trinamool Congress MPs have written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi demanding the removal of Solicitor General Tushar Mehta from the post. In a letter to PM Modi by TMC MPs Derek O'Brien, Mahua Moitra, and Sukhendra Shekhar Roy, the three leaders alleged that SG Tushar Mehta had met BJP leader and Narada scam accused Suvendu Adhikari. Therefore, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta should be removed from the post immediately.

At the same time, an important statement of Tushar Mehta has also come out in this matter. He said that Suvendu officers came to my residence and office on Thursday at around 3 pm without prior knowledge. Since I was already in a pre-scheduled meeting in my cubicle, my staff requested her to sit in the waiting room. He was offered a cup of tea. When my meeting was over my office staff informed me about the arrival of Suvendu Adhikari. I requested my office staff to express my inability to meet the officer and apologize for waiting. The officers then left without requesting me to meet them. So the question of my meeting with the officer does not arise.

Let us inform you that Tushar Mehta is representing CBI in Supreme Court and High Court in the Narad case, while in the Saradha chit fund scam also he has appeared in court on behalf of CBI. BJP leader Suvendu Adhikari is accused of a Narada scam. TMC leaders have alleged that Suvendu Adhikari met Tushar Mehta in Delhi on Thursday.

The Solicitor General is the second-highest law officer in the country after the Attorney General, who advises the Government of India and its various organs on important legal matters.