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Three-judge panel arrives to probe cash-at-judge's door scam

A three-judge panel set up by the Chief Justice of India K G Balakrishnan arrived here on Sunday to look into the alleged involvement of a judge of the Punjab and Haryana High Court in the cash-at-judge's door scam.

The panel consisting of Allahabad High Court's Justice Hemant Laxman Gokhale, Jammu and Kashmir High Court's Justice K S Radhakrishnan and Delhi High Court's Justice Madan B Lokur was set up by the CJI on August 26 this year.

However, Justice Gokhale who heads the committee refused to reply to a volley of questions by mediapersons in connection with the case saying, "Please leave us alone."

The Chandigarh administration had last month referred the Rs 15 lakh cash-at-judge's door scandal to the CBI on the ground that it may have inter-state ramifications.

The scandal jolted the judicial fraternity as it "involved" Haryana's former Additional Advocate General (AAG) Sanjeev Bansal and four others.

While the prime accused a Delhi-based businessman Ravinder Singh Bhasin is in CBI custody till September 30 in this case, four others including Bansal, property dealer Rajeev Gupta, Bansal's clerk Parkash Ram and a homeguard jawan Nirmal Singh are in judicial lock up.

Both the CBI probe and the inquiry by the judge's panel will run simultaneously.

The cash-at-judge's door scam is related to the alleged delivery of Rs 15 lakh at the house of Justice Nirmaljit Kaur of the Punjab and Haryana high court.

Source: The Hindu


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