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20 April 2018, 01:05 | Louis Holland
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The top court said that the petitions were frivolous and had no merit. Shah and several other key accused were subsequently discharged.
The BJP on Thursday said that the public interest litigation (PIL) filed over the death of Judge B.H. Loya was basically meant to promote Congress interests and settle political scores. "The truth has its own way of catching up with people like him", tweeted Gandhi.
He added that the original petitioner was the Bombay Advocates Association. "Judge Brijgopal Harkishan Loya's suspicious death has anguished and caused concern in large sections of our populace, for he was trying the Tulsiram Prajapati/Sohrabuddin encounter case, where one of the accused was none less than BJP National President Shri Amit Shah", he said, highlighting the political significance of the case.
Over the course of the last five months, the Caravan has published almost two dozen reports, many of which have pointed to inconsistencies in the official record on Loya's death. "Rahul Gandhi should come out and apologize to (BJP President) Amit Shah, the country and judiciary", he said. "It has happened before when UPA unleashed agencies in Ishrat Jahan, an LeT operative, case, which too collapsed!"
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"CPIL procured copies of judge Loya's ECG (electrocardiogram) and histopathology report and sent them to Dr (Upendra) Kaul". "There should be no doubts and confusions after the verdict". But as the submissions have evolved, it has become clear that the petition is a veiled attempt to launch a frontal attack on the independence of the judiciary and to dilute the credibility of judicial institutions. The conclusion of the discreet inquiry is that Judge Loya suffered a heart attack in the presence of his colleagues belonging to the judicial fraternity. The Supreme Court verdict has left many questions unanswered. "Justice Loya died of natural causes and the petitions were a serious attempt to scandalise and obstruct the course of justice", the judges said. "This court would be failing in its duty if it were not to stand by them", it said. The stories speak for itself.
"The SC while dismissing the petition seeking independent investigation into Judge Loya's death, said that "Judges can't lie". The judge had also confided to his family that he would rather retire or take a transfer than to take the bribe.
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