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Corrupt Individuals Destroying the Nation, Getting Away With It Thanks To Money: Supreme Court

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Corrupt Individuals Destroying the Nation, Getting Away With It Thanks To Money: Supreme Court

According to the Supreme Court on Wednesday, corrupt individuals are harming the nation and can get away with it because of financial assistance.
The Supreme Court made the oral statement as it deliberated an activist’s request for house arrest rather than judicial custody in the Elgar Parishad case by Gautam Navlakha.

Speaking on behalf of the National Investigation Agency (NIA) and opposing his request, Additional Solicitor General S V Raju informed the Supreme Court that individuals like Navlakha seek to destroy the nation.

“They have that sort of ideology. Not that they are defenseless victims. They are combatants in the real world, “said Raju.

Justices K M Joseph and Hrishikesh Roy’s bench stated, “Do you want to know who is causing this nation to collapse? Corrupt individuals. What happens when you walk into each office? Who intervenes to stop the corrupt? We ought to be charged with bias.” “We watched a video of people discussing spending crores of rupees to purchase our purported elected officials. Until we shut our eyes. Are you claiming that they are not committing any crimes against our nation? The key is that they continue even when you don’t support them. They continue happily. Money bags are available that can aid in your escape, “It seemed.

The second solicitor general stated that he was not supporting the corrupt and that action should be taken.

When Navlakha’s appeal for home arrest was granted, the top court instructed Raju to get guidance and inform it of the constraints that could be placed on her.

“Let’s see, at least for a little while. To ensure that nothing occurs against our nation’s interests, you should check and then return. Both of us are aware of that. He risked forfeiting his freedom if he took any action, “stated the bench.

“He has numerous issues, which is not unusual for a 70-year-old man. You will undoubtedly become worn out at this age. It’s a device, “It read.

The activist filed an appeal with the supreme court against the Bombay High Court’s decision on April 26 to deny his request for house arrest due to concerns about inadequate medical care and other basic amenities in the Taloja jail outside of Mumbai, where he is being held.

Medical studies indicate that Navlakha cannot be treated in jail, according to senior attorney Kapil Sibal, representing him.

“You cannot possibly receive this care or supervision while incarcerated. His weight loss is concerning. In a prison setting, this care is impossible, “Says Sibal.

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