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S. Kasimayan (officer)     18 May 2013

Cbi public prosecutor threaten judges in the open court

The CBI prosecutor threaten judges in the open court, thus no judge is ready to pass any order against CBI, where to complain against such activity of cbi prosecutor.



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MANI RAM SHARMA (Advocate)     19 May 2013

There is no remedy for the coward judges . However the conduct amounts to contempt of Court on the part of prosecutor as well as Judge therefore appropriate remedies may be pursued.

S. Kasimayan (officer)     19 May 2013

Thank you sir, when will we have fearless judiciary and the rule of law.

ashok kumar (Social Worker)     19 May 2013

WONDERFUL REPLY MANIRAM SHARMAJI

THERE IS NO REMEDY FOR COR COWARDICES ANYWHERE IN TEH WORLD!

N.K.Assumi (Advocate)     20 May 2013

Hearing for the first time of a Judge being threaten by the Prosecutor: Better for the Judge to gracefully relinquish the Seat of Justice.

MANI RAM SHARMA (Advocate)     20 May 2013

Though all public servants swear in before joining  that they will discharge their duties without- fear or favour, ill-will or affection but what  is happening is open. 

S. Kasimayan (officer)     22 May 2013

if you all know the real story you will be shocked. Because, the said CBI judge is very honest. He never yeilted to CBI, one day the CBI asked for adjournment of some case to a particular month so that that particular judge retire. The plea the CBI took is their counsel is not well(which is de facto false and de jure true). The Judge did not accept the request of the CBI advocate from High Court (who was not at all authorised to appear in CBI Court becuase there is regular advocate as well as the said sick Spl PP for that particular case), immediately  the CBI advocate stood up and told in the open court, that CBI is interrogating one of the accused who was released on bail by the judge and the said accused has given confession that the judge has taken 15 lakhs for granting bail to that accused. The judge did not do anything becuase he knows that the system is not fair, every body will say  CBI is right the judge is guilty and his life will be ruined. That is why he did not make any complaint to anyone. Whatever may be the level of corruption in judiciary but threatening a judge in the open court by CBI court is clearly a forewarning to show the level of failure of rule of law.  We have to go long way to really establish rule of law whereas what we have at present is rule of notion and rule of manipulation  and the rule of law can be achieved only when truly independent judiciary is established and when thratening of judge like this takes place the high judiciary take su moto notice and punishes said PP of  CBI.  
   

MANI RAM SHARMA (Advocate)     23 May 2013

Nothing is shocking in India. A magistrate was forced by police to drink and then a public procession was proceeded roping the Magistrate in Nadiad ( Gujarat). An ADJ was attacked by Police in court in Bhaglapur ( Bihar) in 1996-97 and the culprits have been punished in 2013. This is the ugly face of our rotten judicial system.But these misdaventures continuing shows that the judiciary has a nexus with theses uniformed criminals in general, be advocates or police and those who are not part of this corrupt system have to fall prey to these criminals.  All the noble or ignoble facilities for  judges are arranged by police and most of the advocates play the role of touts. Hardly you may find any advocate who is not paying tips to court staff to get the fair or unfair work done. Because otherwise he can't survive in this pollutted environment.

Daksh (Student)     24 May 2013

Dear All,

immediately  the CBI advocate stood up and told in the open court, that CBI is interrogating one of the accused who was released on bail by the judge and the said accused has given confession that the judge has taken 15 lakhs for granting bail to that accused.  

In view of the above the judge had two options 1. Ask the CBI counsel to state the fact in writing on oath and otherwise transfer the case after obtaining permission from the Presiding Judge.  The case would ipso facto resulted in its logical conclusition.

Best regards

Daksh

RAJIV BHASIN (ADVOCATE) (Bhasin Legal Consultants(SOLICITORS & ADVOCATES) bhasin.laws@yahoo.com 9811210505)     24 May 2013

Dear, 

The should have taken the notice of each fact then issue notice of contempt to that PP, instead of hearing all this nuisance

Rajiv Bhasin

Advocate

bhasin.laws@yahoo.com

9811210505

kamal (Advocate)     21 April 2014

Dear One,

Not to worry for any thing in this world if you are clear in activities.

Issue notice of contempt to that PP and CC to JCJ, SCCJ, and President.

Remember that all are hardly human beings,

All the best,


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