The Supreme Court said this on VIP culture
The Supreme Court said this on VIP culture

New Delhi: We are well aware of how the VVIP culture is growing in the country. There has always been a voice against this culture. Even the justice system is not untouchable from this disease. But the country's top court has made a big point about it, which directly attacks the system.

The court made it clear to the "rich and influential" people of the country on Tuesday that their cases would not be given priority. It will also not direct the High Court or the lower courts to decide any case within a specific time frame.

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A bench of justices Deepak Gupta and Anirudh Bose made the remarks while hearing a petition filed by a person who had challenged a Bombay High Court order. The High Court had rejected his plea for an anticipatory bail in a case of abetment to suicide. The court rejected the appeal and said that if it surrenders within two weeks, the trial court will consider the petitioner's regular bail plea.

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The counsel for the petitioner then urged the bench to direct the trial court to take an early decision on its petition. "The rich and influential come to the court and get directions that their cases should be decided first," the court said. "We will not direct any court in the country to decide the case within a specific time frame, whether it is a high court or a lower court." The bench said that no court will give such an order. Millions of cases are pending in the country's courts.

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