Judiciary to be targetted: Arvind Kejriwal
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After taking on politicians and businessmen, India Against Corruption will now target the judiciary, activist-turned-politician Arvind Kejriwal said.
He said several high profile cases were dragging on in the courts for several years without any decisive outcome.
Asked by a television channel why he doesn't move courts with his charges, Kejriwal said this is what the government wants so that it can "manage" things there.
He said IAC activist and lawyer Prashant Bhushan will address the media on the issue of judiciary.
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