Corruption in the Judiciary; The decision comes based on what the lawyers write down: Gehlot | corruption in the judiciary; Whatever the lawyer brings in writing, the same decision comes: Gehlot IG News

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Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot.  - Dainik Bhaskar

Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot.

  • Said- Corruption happened during Arjun Meghwal’s time, it was suppressed, we are getting the investigation done.

Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Wednesday raised the issue of corruption and raised many questions on the justice system. He said that there is so much corruption in the courts that lawyers write till the court’s decision. Whatever they bring in writing, the decision comes. What is happening inside the Judiciary? Be it lower judiciary or upper judiciary, the situation is serious, the countrymen should think. The CM was asked a question on the allegation of corruption leveled against Arjun Meghwal by Kailash Meghwal, while answering this he attacked the judicial system.

CM said that we would have helped in making many High Court judges, 25 years back CM used to give recommendation to make High Court judges. But after becoming a judge, I did not talk to those people for the rest of my life. Gehlot supported BJP leader Kailash Meghwal’s allegations. Said- Kailash Meghwal is speaking right, we are getting Arjun Ram’s investigation done. Arjun Ram was an IAS, when he was accused of corruption. Gehlot said that I want to tell BJP, no one can do what we did for Hindus and cows. We are getting the temples constructed. BJP people are talking about Hindutva.

Arjunram’s answer- Kailash probably is not getting the ticket.

Bhilwara | Union Law Minister Arjun Ram Meghwal said in Delhi that perhaps Kailash Meghwal is not getting a ticket from BJP, hence he is going towards Congress.

Gehlot’s attack on the judicial system, said- be it lower or upper court, the situation is serious

We are fully prepared even if assembly and Lok Sabha elections are held simultaneously.

Letter to the Chief Justice – A crime case should be registered against the CM, the government itself is saving the corrupt

BCR, Bar Association officials and lawyers came out in protest…

Lawyers mobilized on Saturday to protest against CM Ashok Gehlot’s comments on the justice system and lawyers. He termed Gehlot’s statement as contempt of judiciary. Former Vice President of BCR and former President of The Bar Association Jaipur, Yogendra Singh Tanwar has written a letter to the Chief Justice of Rajasthan High Court. In this, a request has been made to file a criminal complaint against CM Gehlot and to investigate and take cognizance of the matter. Bhuvanesh Sharma, co-chairman of BCR and co-convenor of BJP law cell, said that the present government itself is protecting corrupt officers. Kapil Prakash Mathur, former general secretary of the High Court Bar Association Jaipur, said that the CM’s statement is going to tarnish the image of the judiciary.

On the question of preparations for holding assembly and Lok Sabha elections together, CM Ashok Gehlot said that we are fully prepared even if assembly and Lok Sabha elections are held together. The central government can get anything done.