Discrimination crawls on the staircase of Supreme Court where a privileged criminal gets immediate hearing, while thousands of cases remain pending as Judges are busy watching Bharatanatyam

India, a democracy protected by the constitution and people who abide by, seldom seems so divided where the courts are deemed as the last room for justice, but justice is served only to those who are privileged. A country where the poor has to fight relentlessly for years against injustice, is hyperbolically a democracy, but the privileged get it instantly. The judiciary becomes too weary to listen to the poor. Therefore, there are thousands of pending cases in India and nobody is curious or worried to solve them as soon as possible because the priorities of the courts are decided by the ideology the judges secretly adhere to. No wonder what happened yesterday is nothing but a secret game to protect a pernicious mentality which jeopardized lives of many people in Gujarat in order to tarnish the image of then CM Narendra Modi during Gujarat riots 2002. 

Teesta Setalvad, a self claimed Human Rights activist is accused of falsifying evidence of Gujarat riots 2002. She was yesterday asked to surrender immediately by Gujarat high court for playing a role of a criminal. She had trained people to be witnesses of the riots in the cases and collected funds out of this game and shamelessly squandered on herself. The popular liberal trait of leftist activists. Having being strictly told to surrender before the court, her lawyers and the whole left ecosystem moved the Supreme Court that’s currently on holiday. Shockingly, the court that denies hearing for any important case, showed this assiduity and accepted the petition. This type of readiness for any case has never been seen before in any case, probably it was the most crucial case in India right now, which is why even the woke Chief Justice of India was uneasy until the Supreme Court gave interim relief to Teesta for seven days.  

It is important to understand what the court said in this case and what happened behind the scenes. CJI received a call at event he attended and directed the judges to rush to hear this case. The Supreme Court is actually so weird nowadays. I am not saying it because it exhibited the readiness which all of us expect, but it agreed to make the judges work at night. That’s undeniably surprisingly weird. For, there are many cases waiting to be heard as soon as possible such as Manish Kashyap case, a journalist om Bihar who exposed the discrimination and prejudice in Tamilnadu that fetched him jail and pending justice. The CJI was too busy to hear his petition, however protecting Teesta who is a registered criminal now, was definitely responsibility of the court. 

We are routinely reminded Indian judiciary might be slow but it delivers justice in the end, but it’s so doubtful to see the plight of the victims who happen to unprivileged in India, where neither the judges get worried about them, nor they show such alacrity to give justice to common people. Such cases confirms why judiciary is absolutely biased. This is just another thump on our chests, breaking our hopes of justice. Last year, in Nupur Sharma case, without interpreting anything at all, this same court called her dangerous, however the intrepid judges were too scared to speak about the facts she used in that controversial debate where Muslims were allowed to speak against Hinduism, but the court believed no Hindu should retaliate even verbally.  

The court that whined over legal action on a Muslim journalist, remained unruffled in Manish Kashyap case. For, neither he is involved in left ecosystem nor he is privileged like Muslim journalists and Teesta Setalvad. Consequently, he is in jail waiting for his turn to get bail amongst those people who almost lost all hopes for justice observing this hidden discrimination in judiciary in which we are told to believe without questioning the judges, their woke mentality, and such biased hearings even on holidays. What made this case so important that even CJI showed sheer interest in this case? It’s just about the ecosystem which somewhat influenced judicial system as well. As explained by other CJI, judiciary is also having deep roots of corruption in the courts, like officers even the judges get special, privileged clients through famous lawyers.  

It’s apparent that the way the Supreme Court has made inane comments on Teesta Setalvad case, asking the state about the urgency to make her surrender. “Heavens won’t fall if we give her a 7 days relief to seek judicial remedies” said the Supreme Court. The entire country is shocked to hear this. Heavens don’t fall when Manish Kashyap is traumatized by two states, sky don’t fall when victims of love jihad are killed and forced to wait for justice. The court should introspect what such statements damages in the country, that’s the trust of common people who still think the court is where bigotry doesn’t exist. On the staircase of Supreme Court, many hopes die daily along with people who wait for justice, smothered by such discrimination and deliberate delay.  The judges must be curious to speed up legal procedure instead of telling youngsters why they can’t decide their gender just because the judge is confused about his own. There are more important things for the judges to study, specially the ones as to how judicial system can work better, faster without any discrimination.  

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