POSTED BY Sundeep Dougal ON Jul 01, 2009 AT 14:53 IST ,  Edited At: Jul 02, 2009 02:15 IST

Congress kaa haath aam aadmii ke saath!

This, of course, is just a day after Justice R Reghupathy of Madras High Court revealed in an open court that a union minister had tried to pressure him to grant anticipatory bail to a doctor and his son in a forged mark sheets case filed by CBI.  The judge has not named the minister. He should.

POSTED BY Sundeep Dougal ON Jul 01, 2009 AT 14:53 IST ,  Edited At: Jul 02, 2009 02:15 IST
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3/D-61
Jul 02, 2009
05:29 PM
A light peck on the cheek would have been even gentler, with the Delhi High Court judgment in mind.
ashok lal
mumbai, India
2/D-59
Jul 02, 2009
02:58 PM
Congress party's arrogance is permeating in every direction in the country.The media would have howled a hundred times louder if a BJP MP had done this.congress will go the Lalu way sooner than later,if the arrogance of the foreigner controlled party continues.
S.S.Nagaraj
Bangalore, India
1/D-57
Jul 02, 2009
10:13 AM
Congressi arrogance is back I guess .. After all this is the party which brought emergency in the country
Anil
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