Site allotment to CJI T.S. Thakur, Late CJI Dattu’s Plot thickens: Judges of SC also ignored society rules

1. Subject; ANARCHY IN EMP-CUM-CJI T.S.THAKUR COURT. CJI & PM MODI – – Justice delay keeps investors away: . India fares poorly in ‘Ease of Doing Business’ & Email sent details– October 24-25, 2016
Indian SCI Justice Markandeya Katju:- My Lord. Alike Caesar’s wife, you CJI must be above suspicion –You are NOT CJI; BUT an Employee-Cum-CJI, Site Grabber of Employee in Judicial Layout, Bangalore -18 September 2016
Subject:- Dear PM, Karnataka CM , CBI, Police DGIG- Jail- Emp-Cum-CJIs & 867 -Employee-Cum-Judges . ABORT ANARCHY & DELAY in Justice Delivery India, Karnataka. Attract HUGE Foreign & Indian INVESTMENTS : CJI & PM – 25 Oct 2016 [Email No. 587 / 10000 ]
Justice delay keeps investors away: CJI. India fares poorly in ‘Ease of Doing Business’ PM. – October 24, 2016
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Prominent sitting and retired judges of Supreme Court ignored observations of the apex court and Karnataka high court while being allotted sites
Two former Chief Justices of India, two sitting and seven retired judges of the Supreme Court are among a long list of judges who have availed of plots of land not meant for them. The judges in question did not comply with the Karnataka Co-operative Societies Act, 1959, and its bye-laws while buying land at concessional rates. Worse, in the process they disregarded observations and judgments made by Supreme Court and Karnataka high court.

DNA is in possession of documents that show that two sitting judges of the Supreme Court, Justices TS Thakur and HL Dattu, were allotted sites after they became members of Karnataka State Judicial Employees House Building Co-operative Society…

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