A cheating case accused being used to conspire against CJI Ranjan Gogoi?

Ranjan Gogoi, Chief Justice of India (Image credit: Wikimedia Commons)

A section of the media and some activists have been expressing their displeasure over some of the recent rulings of the Supreme Court. Now is an accused in a cheating case being used by the conspirators who want the Chief Justice of India step down before hearing important cases?

As a matter of fact, a number of sensitive and high profile cases are scheduled for hearing before the court closes for summer holidays from the second week of May.

Are some people highly apprehensive that judgements in these cases will go against their interest if Ranjan Gogoi remains on the highest seat? Hence. the conspiracy to use a former staff member (Junior Court Assistant) posted at his residence office?

The following is the sequence of the events related to the accused:

March 3, 2019: A man from Haryana’s Jajjar district lodges a complaint against the woman staff at Tilak Nagar police station in Delhi for cheating. She had allegedly taken Rs 50,000 as advance against Rs 10 lakh bribe for getting him a job as “Process Server” or Class IV employee in the Supreme Court.

When the complainant met her on the Supreme Court premises to enquire about the promised job, the woman had allegedly told him not to meet her on the Apex court premises, else she would implicate him in a false case.

March 10: A case was registered against the woman under IPC Sections 420/506 and 120B and she was arrested by Crime Branch of Delhi Police.

March 12: The woman was released on bail by the Metropolitan Magistrate Summet Anand of Patiala House Court.

April 11: Crime Branch of Delhi Police moves the court seeking cancellation of the bail based on Naveen Kumar’s complaint that he was being threatened by the accused woman and her associates. The court defers the hearing to April 20.

April 19: The accused woman writes to 22 judges of the Supreme Court alleging sexual misconduct against the CJI.

April 24: The court defers the case to April 24.

Hopefully, the investigators will get to the bottom of the case and find out who the people behind the conspiracy.


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