Hon'ble Justice K T Thomas, Supreme Court judge, in his D P Kohli
Memorial Lecture - 2002, to
Central Bereau of Investigation (CBI) titled, ANATOMY AND EPIDEMIC
OF CORRUPTION, exclaimed:
he went on to criticize the various Politicians,
Legislators, IAS, IPS, the other Officers of Govt. excluding the
"The only solace I had, when I read a news-item that a
society called Transparency International conducted a study of corruption level
in various countries, was they found India as the 10th highest corrupt
country in the world. Why I felt it as a solace is, because there are nine other
countries in the world, which are more corrupt than India. I thought then about the
lamentable situation of those other countries because I myself was lamenting about
my own country’s pitiable position."
Similarily, the Chief Vigilance Commissioner, Mr. N.
Vittal (former CVC) attributes in his own words thus:
People like S S Gill in his book THE PATHOLOGY OF CORRUPTION have pointed out:
As I see it, there are five key players in our Indian corruption scene.
These are the corrupt politician (neta), the corrupt bureaucrat (babu),
the corrupt business (lala), the corrupt NGO (jhola) and finally the
criminal (dada). [070.04] But
utterly failed to criticize corryption in Judiciary. Neither
any remedial measures. Listed all & sundries including
IAS, IPS etc., on web site. Not a Single Judge.But was craving
to have jurisdiction over Prime Minister but not Judges.[070.00
The Supreme Court, its present and former
judges; Chief Vigilance Commission or for that matter Union of
India/ Central Govt. of India; not exposing Corruption in Judiciary
& finding No-Perennial remedy for same, we suspect may be due to
Fear of Back-Lash or due to collusion-inter-se. ; which
we consider is the prime cause for India
to be on top of the list of corrupt countries on this planet.
Corruption in India; we attribute it to the
Judiciary or deficiency in it including the corruption in itself.
That apart, Supreme Court not allowing the executive to probe the
corruption in judiciary or"Not holding Inquiry-in-Open Court against
corrupt Judges" on the contrary conviniently supresses corruption in
judiciary thereby allows corruption to increase in all walks of
life. Its effects are felt, suffered & to-be-paid for we
common innocent citizens.
Mr. P. Shivashankar, Union Minister
for Law, Justice and Company Affairs in a
speech addressed/delivered to Bar Council of Hyderabad, in 1987
"Anti-social elements i.e. FERA
violaters, bride burners and a whole horde of reactionaries
have found their haven in the Supreme Court" AIR 1988 SC
The Chief Justice
of India, Mr. Venkataramiah in 1989 observed:
"The judiciary in India has deteriorated in its standards because
such Judges are appointed, as are willing to be 'influenced'
by lavish parties and whisky bottles".
"In every High Court there
are at least 4 to 5 Judges who are practically out every
evening, wining and dining either at a lawyer's house or a
foreign embassy." [041.09
India's leading English Weekly magazine. 20, January
THE JUDICIARY LOSING FACE
Recent charges of misconduct mar the image of the institution"
Rot in the System…:-
Charges of misconduct and delinquency against some senior
judges severely dent the image of the judiciary, promting the
Govt. and the legal fraternity to contemplate urgent
Arundati Roy, a
journalist of international repute and revolutionary penner
went to jail or rather sent to jail by Supreme Court having she
tried to protect the fundamental rights of people of India:- Freedom
of Speech and Expression, in her 'contempt case' expressed:
In recent months this court has
issued judgments …
…They have materially affected for
better or for worse, the lives and livelihoods of millions of
Indian citizens. Whatever the justice or injustice of these
judgments, whatever their finer legal points, for the court to
become intolerant of criticism or expressions of dissent,
would mark the beginning of the end of democracy…
…If the judiciary removes itself from
public scrutiny and accountability and severs its links with
the society that it was set up to serve in the first place, it
would mean that yet another pillar of Indian democracy will
crumble A judicial dictatorship is fearsome a prospect as a
military dictatorship or any other form of totalitarian
Opposed to all above we are not basing this Corruption in Judiciary
theoritically but with court records and judgements given and taken
by the "who is who" in Indian Judiciary as on this date.
The judges involved in this Plot for Plot
story run around in 1000 numbers; the total members of
judicial department is about 2600. The conspiracies and the frauds
committed by these judges also run in thousands.
The Society whose members are
the said judges, we call 'Fraud Judges Society' . The conspiracy
doesn't end within judiciary but pervades/conspires with Govt. of
Karnataka inside and outside the courts for A MENIAL PLOT OF LAND.