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"Deeply moved by the Institutional magnanimity of the Indian Judiciary": Actor Suriya
Actor Suriya has said that he is deeply moved by the magnanimity of the Indian judiciary, after the Madras HC declined to initiate contempt proceedings against the actor.
The much-speculated contempt proceedings sought to be initiated by Justice S.M. Subramaniam of the Madras high court, against the Tamil film actor Suriya for his comments on the Judicial system that allowed to conduct the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), ended in much less impressive manner than expected on Friday.
Yet, the Madras High Court had also remarked that the comments made by Suriya were unnecessary and unwarranted.
Actor Suriya, had reacted to the verdict of Madras High Court, in his official twitter id. The tweet read " I'm deeply moved by the institutional magnanimity of the Indian Judiciary. I have always held our judiciary in the highest esteeem, which is the only hope for upholding the constitutional rights of our people. I'm humbled and inspired by the fairness and justice demonstrated by the Hon'ble High Court of Madras."
Earlier in his statement on September 13, Suriya had said: “The court which renders justice through video-conferencing due to the fear of corona, orders students to write the examination fearlessly," while condemning the NEET exams and condoling the death of 3 NEET aspirants.