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Judge Bribery Case Delhi

Judge Bribery Case Delhi

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Published by Sampath Bulusu
CBI had registered a Case on 6th June, 1986 U/s 161 Cr. PC against Shri Gulab Tulsiyani, Metropolitan Magistrate, Delhi against whom one Proprietor of Delhi based private firm had lodged a complaint to CBI. It was alleged that a Challan had been filed against the Proprietor by Delhi Municipal Corporation in January,1985. For compelling circumstances, he could not attend the Court on 2 or 3 dates for which a bailable warrant was issued against him. He attended Court at 1200 hours on 4.6.1986. By the time, the Magistrate had ordered for reissue of arrest warrants. The complainant was called by Shri Gulab Tulsiyani to his Chamber and was asked for a bribe of Rs.2000/- to be paid at his residence next day. The complainant did not want to pay bribe and lodged a complaint in CBI.
CBI had registered a Case on 6th June, 1986 U/s 161 Cr. PC against Shri Gulab Tulsiyani, Metropolitan Magistrate, Delhi against whom one Proprietor of Delhi based private firm had lodged a complaint to CBI. It was alleged that a Challan had been filed against the Proprietor by Delhi Municipal Corporation in January,1985. For compelling circumstances, he could not attend the Court on 2 or 3 dates for which a bailable warrant was issued against him. He attended Court at 1200 hours on 4.6.1986. By the time, the Magistrate had ordered for reissue of arrest warrants. The complainant was called by Shri Gulab Tulsiyani to his Chamber and was asked for a bribe of Rs.2000/- to be paid at his residence next day. The complainant did not want to pay bribe and lodged a complaint in CBI.

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IN THE COURT OF V .K .MAHESHWARISPECIAL JUDGE: (P C Act)-03 CBI DELHICorruption Case No.49/2004CBI Vs. Gulab Tulsyani, M M PatialaHouse, New Delhi, r/o C-75Double Storey , Ramesh Nagar, NDelhi.Date of Institution 16.11.2002R.C No. 40(A)/86/CBI/ACB/N.DUnder Section U/s 161 IPC and U/s 5(2) r/w5 (1) (d) of PC ACT 1947Arguments concludedon 17.4.2012Date of order 25.4.2012JUDGMENT:FACTS OF THE CASE .
According to prosecution this case was regd. on thebasis of a written complaint dt.6.6.86 from Sh. Ajesh Mittal of M/s
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Mittal Paints & Chemicals, 24/14, Railway Road near RailwayStation, Samepur , Delhi alleging therein that Sh. Gulab Tulsiyani,the then M.M. Patiala House, New Delhi had demanded illegalgratification to the tune of Rs.2000/- from him in his court Chamberon 6.6.1986 for showing favour in his factory challan case whichwas pending in his Court for disposal. Sh. Gulab Tulsiyani hadfurther directed the complainant to pay bribe amount to him at hisresidence No. C-75, Double Storey Ramesh Nagar, New Delhi inthe morning of 7.6.1986 at 8 A.M. Since, the Complainant was notwilling to pay this bribe amount, he made a written complaint toCBI.2 It was marked to Dy. SP Sh. R K Joshi forinvestigation. Sh. Joshi, Dy SP constituted a trap party and directedthe team members to attend the CBI office on 7.6.1986 at 5.30 AM.3 On 7.6.86 at about 6.00 AM all the members of trapparty including the two independent witnesses and the complainantand his cousin assembled in the office room of Dy SP Sh. R.K.Joshi. After formal introduction with each and after observingother legal and necessary formalities, the complainant Sh. AjeshMittal produced a sum of Rs 2000/ consisting of 20 GC notes of Rs.100/ each. These GC notes were treated with phenolphthalein
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powder and a practical demonstration of the working of thephenolphthalein powder and its chemical reaction in colourlesssolution of sodium carbonate was given to the members of the trapparty and thereafter the said solution was destroyed. Personalsearch of the complainant Sh. Mittal and other member of the trapparty was also conducted and nobody was allowed to keep any cashor documents except the identity cards with them. Only thecomplainant was allowed to keep a sum of Rs. 100/- for meetingany incidental expenses and his expenses. Thereafter, the treatedGC notes of Rs. 2,000/- were returned to Sh. Ajesh Mittal,complainant with specific direction to pass on the same to Sh.Gulab Tulsiyani, MM only on his specific demand.4 A pocket Sony Micro Cassette Tape Recorder fittedwith a blank cassette was also given to Sh. Ajesh Mittal, afterbriefing him about its working and operation and he was directed toswitch on the tape recorder button before talking to Sh. Tulsiyani.Sh. Shiromani Kumar, cousin of the complainant, was directed toaccompany with the complainant to the house of Sh. GulabTulsiyani and as soon as Sh. Tulsiyani accepted the tainted GCnotes, he should give a signal by coming out of the house of Sh.Gulab Tulsiyani on pretext of taking the key of the car and by
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