New Delhi, November 10 (KMS): Fed up with taunts of being biased towards the Hindutva regime led by Narendra Modi, the Indian Supreme Court has admitted rising cases of corruption in India under BJP government.
During hearing in so-called Elgar Parishad-Maoist link case against famous Indian writer and rights activist Gautam Navlakha, the top court snubbed Additional Solicitor General S V Raju, when he tried to inform the court that people such as Navlakha want to destroy the country.
“Their ideology is of that type. It is not that they are innocent people. They are persons involved in actual warfare,” S V Raju said.
The bench then remarked, “Do you want to know who is destroying this country? People who are corrupt. Every office you go into, what happens? Who takes action against the corrupt? We should be accused of being biased.”
“We saw a video of people where people talk of crores of rupees to buy our so-called elected representatives. Unless we close our eyes. Are you saying they are not doing anything against our country? The point is that you don’t defend them but they go on. They go on merrily. There are money bags which can help you get away,” the bench observed.
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