Allegations of bench fixing is so serious that it requires investigation: SC

25 Apr 2019 12:00 PM

Allegations of bench fixing is so serious that it requires investigation: SC

Updated 25 Apr 2019 12:00 PM

The Supreme Court Thursday expressed anguish over the "systematic attack" on the judiciary and said time has come to tell the rich and powerful of this country that they are "playing with fire" and this must stop. The apex court was hearing claims made by an advocate that there was a larger conspiracy to frame Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogi on allegations of sexual harassment. The court said it will pass an order at 2 pm.  

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