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Some justice has been done: Rahul on Verma's reinstatement as CBI Director

ANI  |  New Delhi [India] 

on Tuesday said that "some justice" has been done by the as the apex court has reinstated as "The court's verdict has proved that democracy will always fight back, and justice will always triumph," he said.

Talking to after the Supreme Court's verdict in case, Rahul said: "The chief had been removed at 1 am, because he was about to begin an investigation in the Rafale scam. Now that he has been reinstated, some justice has been done. Now, let us see what happens."

Rahul also targeted for allegedly sending Verma on forced leave and divesting him of all powers. "When the illegally removed Verma from his position, he insulted both the Constitution of and the people of India," he said.

"Today's verdict proves that democracy will fight back, and justice will always triumph," he added. "Where will NoMo hide? Now that all his skeletons are falling out of the closet," the party also tweeted.

Earlier in the day, the reinstated Verma as Director, but has said that he would not take "major policy decisions." The apex court set aside the Central Vigilance Commission's (CVC) October 23, 2018 order, sending Verma on the forced leave.

The Supreme Court has said that this case would be sent to a statutory committee for further referral, pending which could not take "major policy decisions" as CBI In its observation, the Supreme Court observed the should have referred Verma's case to the comprising Prime Minister, of and of the Opposition if it wished to initiate the process for the removal of CBI

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First Published: Tue, January 08 2019. 16:10 IST