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I trust the judiciary, says Loya petitioner

DNMUM405450 | 1/13/2018 | Author : Ketan Vaidya | WC :189

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DNA spoke with independent journalist and petitioner in the Justice Loya case, Bandhuraj Lone. In an exclusive chat, he reaffirmed his faith in the judiciary.
When did you file the case and what happened in the court?
I had filed the PIL day before yesterday. It was up for hearing on Friday. I requested for the matter to be brought up as urgent hearing, considering the larger public interest. The court has ordered the state government to submit all concerned documents in the next hearing on Monday.
Why did you file the case ?
In the last few months there was a furore about the Loya case. A sitting judge handling an important and a sensitive case involving influential people dying in such a suspicious
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