The Supreme Court on Monday observed that the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has not submitted anything concrete in its status report with the regard to the probe into the killing of Jharkhand judge, Uttam Anand. .The Bench led by Chief Justice of India (CJI) NV Ramana observed that even though arrests and seizure of vehicles was carried out by the State, nothing with respect to intention or motive behind the crime has been indicated in the report.."Nothing in sealed cover. We want something concrete. Arrest and seizing of vehicles is done by State. You (CBI) have not indicated anything about intention motive anything," the CJI remarked. .The Court was hearing the suo motu case registered by the apex court in the wake of death of Dhanbad Additional District and Sessions judge Uttam Anand after a vehicle rammed into him while he was out on his morning walk killing him..While it was initially believed that the death of judge Anand was an accident, CCTV footage of the incident which surfaced, suggested that the vehicle was deliberately rammed into the judge as he was walking along the edge of the road..The Court on Monday proceeded to direct the CBI to update the Jharkhand High Court each week by way of a status report..The case before the Supreme Court in relation to the issue of killing of the judge will, meanwhile, remain pending, the Court said, while adjourning the matter. .The larger issue regarding the safety of judges will also be considered later with the Court directing all States to file their counter affidavits. .The Court also directed the Chief Justice of Jharkhand High Court to continue monitoring the case regularly..During the previous hearing, the Court had berated the CBI and the Intelligence Bureau in strong words stating that they do not help the judiciary at all even when complaints are lodged by judges alleging threats faced by them..[BREAKING] CBI, IB do not help judiciary at all; Judges are threatened in cases of high profile people; CBI has done nothing: Supreme Court .The suo motu case registered by the Jharkhand High Court with regard to the judge's killing is scheduled for further hearing on August 12.