Sinha’s counsel Vikas Singh in his arguments had submitted that Bhushan must reveal the name of whistleblower who supplied the documents.
The court passed the order after petitioner’s advocate Prashant Bhushan alleged that the plant had been commissioned in grave disregard of the safety guidelines.
Centre says any extension will be unwarranted and placing the reports before the court would ‘impinge’ upon the jurisdiction of Parliament.
A Bench led by Justice R M Lodha took note of Bhushans remarks published in the Outlook magazine.
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