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Nexus between a court case and a political deal

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There is a rumour abuzz in political circles these days that moves are afoot to put on the ice a certain court case involving the better half of a prominent opposition politico.

The better half, in fact, had to languish in the hospital of the main state-run lodge for a few days in connection with this case. Both legal and security authorities who were once keen on pursuing this case seem to have lost their interest in it, they say. Some political observers attribute this development to a new political deal in the making. Two Ministerial ones the other day were discussing the present status of the court case in question when one of them quoted the much hackneyed, but ever fresh adage: “In politics, there are no permanent enemies or permanent friends!”

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