The sacred cow that was the judiciary is no longer sacred. It stopped being sacred the day a sitting chief justice of this country was accused of sexual harassment, presided over his own trial, cleared himself and then proceeded to accept a nomination to the upper house within three months of retirement, replete with Z+ security cover.
Link to the speech: https://loksabhatv.nic.in/sites/default/files/videos/speeches/Mahua%20Moitra%208%20feb.mp4 (at 8:55)
She was referring to the former Chief Justice of India, Mr. Ranjan Gogoi.
You can read more about the sexual harassment accusation here:
Some members of the parliament issued breach of privilege (read more here: https://byjus.com/free-ias-prep/breach-of-privileges-upsc-notes/ & https://byjus.com/free-ias-prep/privilege-motion/) notice against Mahua Moitra because of the remarks she made about the former CJI. Read more about it here:
Mr. Ranjan Gogoi responded to Mahua Moitra by saying this in an event:
She didn't even have her facts correct. If you are making allegations, at least name the person. I have a name and I deserve to be named. Those allegations are wrong in facts. Source
Firstly, who is saying the truth?
Secondly, according to Article 19 of the Constitution of India, every Indian has the right to freedom of speech. I do know that there are certain restrictions in freedom of speech (like sedition, obscenity, etc.), but I certainly don't feel what Mahua Moitra said can land her in legal trouble because of Article 19 or am I mistaken?