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CJI withdraws from PF scam hearing

The multi-crore provident fund (PF) scam unearthed from a Ghaziabad court will be heard by a special three-judge Bench of the Supreme Court on Friday. Chief Justice K G Balakrishnan, who heard the matter in the earlier hearing, has now recused himself from it and placed the matter before the Bench headed by Justice B N Agarwal. The other two judges are Justices V S Sirpurkar and G S Singhvi.

The CJI is already seized of the matter on the administrative side as the Ghaziabad police chief had sought his permission before proceeding to question several High Court judges and an apex court judge, who have been named in the scam.

In the previous hearing, senior advocate Shanti Bhushan appearing for Delhi chapter of Transparency International had objected to the CJI hearing the matter on judicial side, even when he is seized of the matter on the administrative side.

The court has issued notices to the Centre and Uttar Pradesh Government on a petition by the Ghaziabad Bar Association seeking investigation into the scam.
It has been alleged that 26 members of judiciary, including an apex court judge, seven Allahabad HC judges, six retired HC judges and 12 judges from subordinate judiciary in the state, were beneficiary of crores of rupees allegedly withdrawn from the PF account of Class III and IV staff in Ghaziabad region between 2001 and 2008.

Source:Indian Express


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