As per the letter plea, Narsinghanand’s statements undermined the majesty of the institution and authority vested in the Supreme Court and was an attempt at interfering in the course of justice by means of abusive, rhetoric and baseless attacks on the integrity of the Constitution and Courts.
“Any such attempt to harm the majesty of the institution and diminish the faith that citizens of India have in the Court can result in complete chaos and anarchy. This is perhaps the most vicious attack on the Supreme Court in its history,” the letter stated
It emphasised that to permit these remarks to pass unaddressed will be to allow this attempt of lowering the authority of the Supreme court to succeed, if not wholly then in considerable measure.
“The Supreme Court of India is the first interpreter and the guardian of the Constitution of India. It is appalling to see the lack of faith and sheer contempt being expressed towards the fundamental frameworks of this country. The intent to undermine the Court and its capacity to dispense justice is evident,” the letter said.