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TV debates cause more pollution than anything else: SC

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The Supreme Court on Wednesday said that the debates on TV News channels are causing more pollution than anybody else, with the statements in the court being taken out of context.

The bench headed by Chief Justice NV Ramana while hearing a case said that everybody has their own agenda and the statements made in court are taken out of context in these debates. The bench also comprised Justices DY Chandrachud and Surya Kant. Further, the bench said, “You want to use some issue, make us observe and then make it controversial, and then only blame games will remain..”

It added that debates on TV are creating more pollution than anybody and don’t understand what the issue is exactly and what is happening. “Statements are taken out of context. Everyone has their own agenda. We can’t help and we can’t control. We are focusing on working out the solution,” the bench added.

Solicitor General Tushar Mehta has raised the issue that TV debates are saying that he was accused of misleading the Supreme Court over the contribution of stubble burning to Delhi’s air pollution.

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