Bihar Judge in trouble for questioning corruption in judiciary

29 Aug 2019 02:25 PM

Bihar Judge in trouble for questioning corruption in judiciary

Updated 29 Aug 2019 02:25 PM

The Patna High Court Chief Justice on Thursday issued a notice to withdraw all cases from a senior judge after he alleged corruption in judiciary while hearing a case against a former IAS officer.

According to a notice issued by the order of the Patna High Court Chief Justice, "all matters pending before Justice Rakesh Kumar, sitting singly including tired up/part heard or otherwise stand withdrawn with immediate effect".

"Justice Rakesh Kumar will await in chambers for work assignments until ordered otherwise" notice issued by the order of Chief Justice of Patna High Court said.

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