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Zee News to expose ‘falling judicial standards’

Zee News is set to play ‘Judge Dread’, an expose on the falling judicial standards today. Apparently, it has managed to get arrest warrants against the President and Chief Justice of India just for Rs 10,000 each.

Zee News Mumbai correspondent Vijay Shekhar, as per the official communiqué, has unfolded an expose of the crumbling law and order standards in Ahmedabad. Vijay Shekhar met some people in Mumbai who were apparently issued false arrest warrants by Ahmedabad Courts due to business rivalry.

Taking a cue from the meeting, he started working on the case just to find out the authenticity of the case and went to Ahmedabad. He approached a couple of lawyers at Ahmedabad to file a false case against four high profile people from Delhi. With just Rs 40,000 he was able to manage arrest warrants against the President and Chief Justice of India along with two others. What next, one wonders?


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