Petition in Supreme Court on threat to CBI judge hearing Mandal case India News – Times of India

New Delhi: A petition has been filed in Delhi Supreme court Demand for investigation of alleged letter sent to Special CBI Asansol judge threatens to falsely implicate him and his family in drug case if the judge does not grant bail TMC leader Anubrata Mandal In case of cattle smuggling worth crores of rupees.
Whose attention has the petitioner’s counsel repeatedly tried to attract? chief Magistrate NV Raman For petition and request for immediate listing. However, the CJI, already irritated by the push and shuffling among the advocates for urgent hearing of their cases, had by then asked all the advocates to submit their requests to the court authorities and should be sought urgently by the lawyers. had refused to consider individual requests for hearing. It is not clear whether the Supreme Court will hear the petition urgently.
After the murder of a Dhanbad judge during a morning walk last year, the Supreme Court had taken suo motu cognizance of the security of judicial officers. A bench headed by CJI Ramana had on August 6 last year said that trial court judges, especially those dealing with cases involving gangsters and high-profile persons, are most vulnerable to external threats and have asked the CBI, intelligence A strong stand was taken on the inaction of the Bureau and the police. In countering threats to judges to create a conducive environment to do justice without fear or favour.
Chief Justice’s Bench NV Ramana And Justice Surya Kant had observed, “In criminal cases involving gangsters and high profile persons, when the accused do not get the requisite orders from the courts, they start defaming the judiciary. Unfortunately, this is the case in this country.” A new trend is developing.A situation arises where judges do not feel free to complain even if the judges complain to the District Judge, the Chief Justice of the HC or the CJI, and If the complaint is sent to the police or the CBI, they don’t respond, they don’t think it’s a priority issue.”
TOI had reported on Wednesday that Special CBI Judge Rajesh Chakraborty, while hearing the multi-crore animal smuggling case against the TMC leader, had sent a letter to the Paschim Bardhaman district judge, saying, “I will give you a letter written by a Bappa. forward a letter. Chatterjee, while addressing the officer-in-charge of this (special CBI) court, threatened that if Anubrata Mondal is not released, my family members will be implicated in the NDPS case with commercial quantities (of drugs).

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