In another blog post targeting the upper judiciary, former Supreme Court judge Markandey Katju has shared two examples of corruption in the judiciary..As done the last time around, the former judge has not revealed any names of the allegedly corrupt judges, preferring to pepper the blog post with indirect references to the judges in question. This has led former judge of the Delhi High Court, RS Sodhi questioning Katju’s intentions, and asking Katju to reveal the names of the judges..In his latest post, titled, “Corruption in the Judiciary”, Katju claims that former CJI, SH Kapadia has asked him to investigate allegations of corruption against a then sitting judge of the Allahabad High Court..Katju says that,.At that time I had to go to Allahabad, my home town for attending a function, and while there I contacted some lawyers I knew, and got 3 mobile numbers of the agents of this Judge through whom he was taking money. On returning to Delhi I gave these 3 mobile numbers to Justice Kapadia, and suggested that he get these numbers tapped through intelligence agencies. About 2 months thereafter Justice Kapadia told me that he had done as I had suggested, and the conversations tapped revealed the corruption of this Judge.However, even after confirming the allegations, Kapadia did not take any action against the judge apart from ensuring that the judge did not become a High Court Chief Justice or a judge of the Supreme Court..Citing another example, Katju says that as Acting Chief Justice of the Allahabad High Court, he had met Chief Justice of India Lahoti with the names of five judges of the Allahabad High Court who “were doing shocking things” Once again, the Chief Justice of India did not take any action against these judges, apart form transferring them to another High Court. Katju claims that the reason why no action was taken was the fear of “the politicians” establishing a National Judicial Commission..Meanwhile there are indications that Katju’s term as head of the Press Council of India is unlikely to be renewed.