Singhvi told The Telegraph on Saturday: "The issues raised by the four judges are of critical significance. He added: "Just before the press conference by the four judges, something happened regarding allocation of a case. These judges met the Chief Justice of India. A key case was assigned to Justice Arun Mishra, 10th in seniority, on Friday over the purported protests of the quartet. Asked at the news conference whether the quartet's grievances had any relation to the Loya case, Justice Ranjan Gogoi - one of the four judges - had said they had.
Source: The Telegraph January 13, 2018 20:26 UTC