how to do corruption in judiciary in nepal?

  • level 1 corruption starts from the plaintiff or defendant – mostly criminals, business people, landowners etc offering the enfamous “ghoos”, this can be in the form of money, favor, land, alcohol, gold and valuables
  • level 2 corruption comes from the lawyer approached – the lawyer gets involved. no lawyer is clean, they may have their first names resembling gods eg sambhoo, baasu, krishna, lava, and what not? the lawyer proposes a potential ghoosh dina sakne moto ‘fat’ client that investing 5 lakh , 500,000 can get him a win. the lawyey guarantees the same selling that a pakka hunchha relation exists with a so and so nyaayadhish, or a judge
  • level 2.1 – repeat the above from #2 representing the other party, same goes there
  • level 3 – the staff or the court jesters – they are the break-in channels and they demand ghoosh for ensuring a particular srimaan, a judge, a nyayadhish will be assigned
  • level 4 – the personal secretary of the judge then asks for more to make sure that everything is ‘fixed’
  • level 5 – the judge gets involved if its a hefty offer, petty ghoosh do not get to this level
  • level 6 – family of the judge is directly approached by any of the level 1 to 4 and offered a hard to refuse deal
  • level 7 -one party wins, level 1 to 5 may hold monies from both parties if approached, and whoever loses, their money returned
  • level 8 – appeal ghoosh and the saga continues … please repeat level 1 to 7 for each appeal
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