The Supreme Court today said that the CBI’s inquiry into alleged bribe-taking by judges is sufficient and there is no need for it to order a team to investigate the matter. Three judges today who heard the case said that the petition that sought a Special Investigation Team or SIT to study alleged judicial corruption made allegations against judges that were not based in fact. “The petition is derogatory, contemptuous but we won’t initiate contempt,” the judges said. “By filing this petition, damage has been done and doubts have been raised unnecessarily on the integrity of this great institution.”
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