The Supreme Court of India recently heard a case related to the alleged misuse of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) by the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). During the hearing, Congress leader Pawan Khera made a remark that has sparked a debate in the country.
Khera said that the BJP was using the CBI as a “political tool” to target its opponents. He further alleged that the BJP was using the agency to “harass” its political rivals.
The remark has been widely criticized by the BJP and its supporters. They have accused Khera of making baseless allegations and trying to malign the party.
However, Khera has defended his statement and said that he was only highlighting the fact that the BJP was using the CBI to target its political opponents. He also said that the BJP was using the agency to “intimidate” its rivals.
Khera’s remark has sparked a debate in the country about the role of the CBI and whether it is being used for political purposes. Many have argued that the CBI should remain independent and not be used as a tool to target political opponents.
The Supreme Court is yet to take a decision on the matter. However, Khera’s remark has certainly brought the issue of the misuse of the CBI to the forefront. It remains to be seen how the court will rule on the matter.