Friday, June 1, 2012

Incredible India

CBI judge suspended on corruption charges

Andhra Pradesh high court chief justice Madan B Lokur has suspended a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) special judge on corruption charges, officials here said.

Additional CBI judge T Pattabhi Ramarao allegedly received Rs.5 crore for granting bail to former Karnataka Minister Gali Janardhan Reddy, the key accused in OMC illegal mining case.

Ramarao had granted bail to Reddy May 12. The mining baron, however, remained in Bangalore jail in another illegal mining case.
The chief justice took action against the judge Thursday after the CBI lodged a complaint with him, according to officials.
The CBI reportedly found that the bribe money was stashed in bank lockers of the judge's kin.

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Bribery & corruption: High Court suspends CBI judge who gave bail to mining baron Reddy

Hyderabad, Jun 1 (PTI): The Andhra Pradesh high court has suspended a judge designated to handle cases for the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), following charges of bribery and corruption.

The High Court Registrar said T Pattabhirama Rao, First Additional Special Judge for CBI cases, has been placed under suspension in the “public interest” after the High Court considered the information it received against the judge.
The judge had granted bail in May to Gali Janardhana Reddy, a mining baron and former Karnataka minister, in a high-profile illegal-mining case. At the same time, the judge had refused bail to Y Srilakshmi, an officer of the Indian Administrative Service who was another accused in the same case.
When Rao gave bail to Reddy, the CBI had appealed to the high court, which has kept the bail order under suspension till June 5.

The Registrar General (Vigilance), who issued the order in this regard on Thursday night, said after considering the information received against the judge, the High Court decided that it was necessary to place him under suspension in public interest, with immediate effect.

The order said Rao said he shall continue to be under suspension till the conclusion of the disciplinary proceedings proposed to be initiated.

Suspending the judge under Rule 8(1) of the AP Civil Services (CC&A) Rules, 1991, the HC further directed that Pattabhirama Rao shall not leave Hyderabad without obtaining prior permission from it during the period the order remains in force.

Rao was appointed CBI court judge in April this year after three Additional Special CBI courts were opened at Gagan Vihar here.

In view of the development, the Principal Judge for CBI cases, A Pullaiah, has been placed in full additional charge of the post of the First Additional Special Judge for CBI cases, the order said.

(Received from one facebook friend)

1. We live in a nation where Rice is Rs.40/- per kg and Sim Card is free.
2. Pizza reaches home faster than Ambulance and Police.
3. Car loan @ 5% but education loan @12%.
4. Students with 35% get in elite institutions thru quota system and those with 90% get out because of merit.
5. Where a millionaire can buy a cricket team instead of donating the money to any  charity. 2 IPL teams are auctioned at 3300 crores and we are still a poor country where people starve for 2 square meals per day.
6. Where the footwear, we wear, are sold in AC showrooms, but vegetables, that we eat, are sold on the footpath.
7. Where everybody wants to be famous but nobody wants to follow the path to be famous.
8. Assembly complex buildings are getting ready within one year while public transport bridges alone take several years to be completed.
9. Where we make lemon juices with artificial flavours and dish wash liquids with real lemon.
Think about it!
If you cross the The North Korean border illegally, you get . . .12 years hard labour in an isolated prison .....
If you cross the Iranian border illegally, you get . . . detained indefinitely .....
If you cross the Afghan border illegally, you get . . . shot . . .
If you cross the Saudi Arabian border illegally, you get ..... jailed .....
If you cross the Chinese border illegally, you get .....kidnapped and may be never heard of - again ....

If you cross the Venezuelan border illegally, you get ..... branded as a spy and your fate sealed .....
If you cross the Cuban border illegally, you get ..... thrown into a political prison to rot .....
If you cross the British border illegally, you get ..... arrested, prosecuted, sent to prison and be deported after serving your sentence .....
Now ....
if you were to cross the Indian border illegally, you get .....
1. A ration card
2. A passport ( even more than one - if you please ! )
3. A driver's license
4. A voter identity card
5. Credit cards
6. A Haj subsidy
7. Job reservation
8. Special privileges for minorities
9. Government housing on subsidized rent
10. Loan to buy a house

11. Free education
12. Free health care
13. A lobbyist in New Delhi , with a bunch of media morons and a bigger bunch of human rights activists promoting your cause
14. The right to talk about secularism, which you have not heard about in your own country !
15. And of-course ..... voting rights to elect corrupt politicians who will promote your community
for their selfish interest in securing your votes !!!
16. and right to fight election for MLA or MP 
Hats off ..... to the .....

A. Corrupt and communal Indian politicians
B. The inefficient and corrupt Indian police force
C. The silly pseudo-secularists in India , who promote traitors staying here
D. The amazingly lenient Indian courts and legal system. That's why people like Afzal Guru are still alive, same will happen with Kasab.
E. WE self centered Indian citizens, who are not bothered about the dangers to our own country.
F. The illogically brainless human-rights activists, who think that terrorists deserve to be dealt with by archaic laws meant for an era, when human beings were human being

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