"I fail to understand, are we going to follow concurrent tracks of justice in this country. That a track which is judicially driven and another track which is media driven. The CBI has filed its chargesheet based on whatever investigation it has conducted, if there is anybody who has a difficulty with that chargesheet, he can go and assail it in a court of law," Tewari said.
    
He said the media should also seriously reflect as to whether this kind of pre-judicial justice, turning jurisprudence on its head, pronouncing people guilty even before the trial has commenced, is a proper trajectory to follow.

 

(Agencies)

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