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CBI vs. CBI: Apex court reserves its verdict

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Kamlesh Kumar Ojha
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The Supreme court on Thursday reserves its judgement petitions filed by CBI Director Alok Verma and NGO Common Cause against Centre Government’s order to send him on leave, CBI Director Alok Verma and his deputy Rakesh Asthana were send on leave in Oct. CBI No1 and CBI No2 levelled the corruption charges against each other.

CBI infighting matter was hearing in Nations’s Top Court on the petitions filed by Alok Verma and a NGO, Three Judges Bench Headed by CJI Ranjan Gogoi, During hearing few Movements comes when Supreme Court Was not Looking Happy with Centre Move, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, who is representing CVC in this case says Extraordinary situations sometimes need extraordinary remedies, Mehta backs the Commission decision to Remove Alok Verma from all responsibilities.

Apex Court Ask to Centre you tolerated fight since july why sudden move’Top court also said Why not government consulate to larger panel before taking action against CBI top Officers, During hearing on Verma’s Plea, Court said Government’s decisions should be in the interest of the Institutions.court also express that cenre should be fair.

Matter was also heard on Wednesday, Centre tells to Apex Court Both CBI officer fighting like Cat.

Centre also told to Supreme Court that its was necessary to Remove the officers for Agency Image, due to officers fighting CBI image was going to down, that the reason centre decided to remove both officers, bacause Agency Top offices made a corruption charges against each other, so fair probe is not possible under the Officer whos is facing a serious corruption allegations.

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Kamlesh Kumar Ojha
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