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Monday, November 28, 2022

The ugly underbelly of judicial corruption

One Chief Justice of a High court gave a decision one day before retirement on a matter related to a cement company and made Rs. 100 crore.

One CJI (Supreme Court) allowed dual usage of shops and houses in Delhi, his son made Rs. 250 crores with one judgment..

One CJI from Kerala sold judgements through family all his life, was even outed with calls made to censure him.

I saw one retired CJI staying at an industrialist’s house in london with family. Incidentally the same judge gave couple of verdicts (favorable) for the industrialist during his tenure.

There was a Mumbai High Court judge who released 58 properties of Dawood family in one day. Later, senior advocates and Bar Council people barged into his chamber and discovered bags of cash. Senior advocates refused to appear before him. He could have been in SC, but became a CM.

One Prayagraj HC judge (who later went to Mumbai) had bags full of cash in his chamber, was forced transferred when Bar Council objected to his way of giving judgements to his nephews/nieces.

I was almost sent to jail by a High Court judge for refusing to give free IPL passes as the judge sent his protocol officer demanding passes under “Judge’s quota”. I refused and asked security to throw them out. Later police came and took me to his house. BCCI intervened.




Here is the information (I know first hand) about judgement on dual use permission in Delhi





One judge allegedly gave a verdict favourable to a builder in lieu of 2 apartments on ECR in Madras High Court, refused to get transferred when outed.


She resigned rather than accept a transfer. Why are all allegedly corrupt judges transferred to NE?

(This article has been compiled from the tweet thread originally tweeted by Tattvam Asi तत्त्वम् असि! @Brahamvakya on November 23, 2022.)

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