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Setting aside the Delhi High Court judgement on sanction of prosecution in 2G case, the Supreme Court today held that filing of a complaint under the Prevention of Corruption Act is a constitutional right of a citizen . -What about too much time taken by judges in many cases? What about an ongoing court case in the Madras High Court against Mr.P.Chidambaram for so many months now? This is regarding his disputed election victory. Why the Chief Justice of Madras High Court is not expediting the judgement in this case through appropriate reminder hints?

Tags: money, high, politics & government
Asked by venkatesaldevarajan, 31 Jan '12 02:37 pm
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The cases where undue delay is happening are influenced by other considerations . As regards PC case the central govt(law and justice) may be interested . After all it is s case involving Home Minister so all pressure must be there on Madras High court not to show undue(?) haste . The judgement might be after Loksabha election sir .
Answered by sk singh, 31 Jan '12 03:07 pm

 
  
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I think now it will start moving and a bit faster
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 31 Jan '12 02:38 pm

 
  
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