Contempt Jurisdiction is discretionary, should be used sparingly, Rules Supreme Court

Recently, the Supreme Court noted that contempt jurisdiction is always discretionary and should be exercised sparingly.  Observing thus, the Bench ruled that Sir Sri Maa Kamakhya Temple Management matter is not a fit case to exercise jurisdiction by punishing Kamakhya Debutter Board members or to direct the Board to return the money they allegedly misappropriated.

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