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Mainstream, VOL LIX No 11, New Delhi, February 27, 2021

Teetering on the brink and stymied by judicial suborning: India today | Mustafa Khan

Saturday 27 February 2021

by Mustafa Khan

Do not think it worth while to proceed by concealing evidence, for the evidence is sure to come to light — Bertrand Russell

February 17 2021 Winter haze or smog could potentially continue in India until the spring — Copernicus Climate Change Service.

“Things fall apart” when culture is fossilized in a place. The Supreme Court of India on February 18, 2021 shut the suo motu proceedings against former CJI Ranjan Gogoi in the 2019 sexual harassment case is nothing but suborning of justice. A day before two dalit girls of tender age were killed when they were gathering fuel on their land and another left in serious condition. A couple of days passed when it was found that they were made immovable by tying of their wrists behind their necks. On February 18, 2021 two lawyers husband and wife in Telangana were hacked to death on the road. Both husband and wife had appeared in court and were returning home. Krishna Rao father and father in law of the couple Rao and Nagmani were hacked to death.

The lawyer couple had resisted BJP to build a temple on the disputed land possession. Moreover Krishna Rao had also championed the human rights of a minor girl who was raped by her own uncle! The Supreme Court on Thursday February 19th shut the suo motu proceedings against former CJI Ranjan Gogoi in the 2019 sexual harassment case against him saying a possible conspiracy may have been hatched against the former judge, which led to the allegations.

Tool kit matter is also of the same nature that environmentalists want to create hate against India even when the Carnage foundation in Yale University had said that haze in Delhi and rest of the country would continue till spring and more people would die. What is more crucial for India witch hunt against those who oppose the policies of PM Narendra Modi who call others as traitors to be shot at or those who point at the Doomsday clock which is only sixty seconds from human disaster.

The present Unnao tragedy reminds of earlier one of the same nature

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