Ghantakhanek Sange Suman: Honorable Calcutta High Court Judge Abhijit Gangopadhyay Unplugged in Interview with Suman De

Ghantakhanek Sange Suman: Honorable Calcutta High Court Judge Abhijit Gangopadhyay Unplugged in Interview with Suman De

Kolkata: His name has appeared in the news headlines several times. As a judge of the High Court in Calcutta, he made one exemplary decision after another. In view of his multiple judgments, the position of the state administrative system has changed. ABP Anand takes on Judge Abhijit Gangopadhyay for the first time on nationwide television. From corruption to governance, he gave candid answers to simple questions. Judge Gangopadhyay in an exclusive interview with ABP Anand Senior Vice President Suman De.

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Some say he is Aranyadev, others say he is completely biased. Some say he is the judge of the people. Some say he doesn’t even know the ABCs of law.

But reports say that in the past 10 months, he has handed over the investigation in 10 cases related to recruitment and transfer to the Central Investigation Agency (CBI). On his instructions, 187 job seekers are going to get teaching jobs before Durga Puja in three phases. Kolkata High Court Judge Abhijit Gangopadhyay had an open conversation with ABP Anand as he sat in his apartment in Bidhannagar.

Abhijit Gangopadhyay said, “There has been rampant corruption. I myself was unemployed, I understand the suffering of the unemployed. When I saw a different version of the same thing, I ordered an investigation.

In an interview with Suman Dey, Senior Vice President of ABP Anand, Abhijit Babu said, “Those who got a job dishonestly will lose their jobs. None of them should be comfortable. Politicians are very tactful because of the time limit for investigations. If you don’t set the time, they will come out.

There may be controversy after the interview airs. The reviews can begin. But Judge Gangopadhyay is adamant in his position. Say, ‘Not only me, the judge who will oppose corruption will be thrown.’ He added: “Even though I am kicked out of the justice system, I think I did the right thing. I know what life on the job is like. I was not born with a silver spoon in my mouth. Terror sometimes pays very well. There is a fear in the minds of the officers that they will not be able to pass regularly.

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