REPORT DELAY – Are you Playing Mischief with Court, Judge asks CBI

Abraham's Offensive Against The CBI
  • The high court pulled up the CBI for its failure to submit a report on the March 2, 2012 violence at the City Civil Court complex.
  • It directed the investigating officer to appear before the court on November 10.
  • The premier investigating agency is hit by its own actions.
  • The state is unnecessarily spending Rs 4 to 5 lakh on an inquiry commission, the judge further said.
  • Gowda wondered whether the agency wants to drag the probe or is it under pressure from any quarters.
  • Don't succumb to pressure, the judge said.
  • He asked the Centre to note that even after two and a half years, the report hasn't been filed.
  • The court was hearing a petition filed by the Advocates Association Vaidyanatha Commission of Inquiry to probe the violence in which of Bengaluru (AAB) challenging the appointment of the Justice R G advocates, journalists and policemen were injured.
  • The Supreme Court later entrusted the probe to the CBI.
  • A division bench headed by Justice N K Patil on Thursday ordered notice to D urban development department, and BBMP commissioner Lakshminarayana in response to a contempt petition filed by B T Ramesh, retired chief engineer, BBMP.
  • The petitioner claimed that despite a lapse of three months, the authorities haven't yet settled his pensionary benefits.