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Cong laps up cracks in SC, seeks inquiry

DNMUM405455 | 1/13/2018 | Author : Manan Kumar | WC :319 | India



New Delhi: “Democracy in Danger” screamed the official Twitter handle of the Congress, which latched on to the press conference of four Supreme Court judges against CJI Dipak Misra.
After holding deliberations with the party’s top legal minds, Congress president Rahul Gandhi said that the judges raised extremely important points and spoke about a threat to democracy that needs to be looked into.
“I think the points that have been raised are extremely important. They have also made a point about Justice Loya’s case and I think that is also something which needs to be investigated properly.”
“This has never happened before. And I think all citizens who love the idea of justice, who believe in the Supreme Court, are loo
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