A case has to be filed against the Ex-CJI: Moily

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KG Balakrishnan
New Delhi, Jun 17: The Indian government has outstripped itself from the recent controversies over the former Chief Justice of India KG Balakrishnan. Law Minister Veerappa Moily states that a case has to be filed against the former CJI for the government to act.

The controversial Ex-CJI case seems to be another fresh upcoming blow in politics of India. The new controversies by a retired Kerala High Court judge hurled fresh allegations on present NHRC chief Balakrishnan that he is "approachable". But, Balakrishnan refused to resign as the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) chief over "such absurd" accusations.

During an interview with a leading TV channel, Justice Shamsuddin made allegations that he was asked by a person to 'approach' KG Balakrishnan's son and Son-in-law in connection with a case in the Supreme Court.

Shamsuddin refused to mention the name of his source and complained that the governemnt is going slow on action against KG Balakrishnan. On the contary, Moily who states the neccessity to file a case claims that,"There is a rule of law, there is a procedure and that procedure needs to be followed. Someone has to file a prosecution, and then procedure will be followed. Let them take the appropriate process that itself will answer the question".

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