New Delhi. Continuing with stuff that don’t make sense at all, Justice Katju today announced that he will soon start his own e-commerce venture – 99Katju.com
The announcement by Katju has shocked most industry watchers and experts, who thought that India was about to see an e-commerce bust with many leading players losing money fast.
“I think this is another step by Katju where he’s trying to prove his expertise in a field where he might not have any,” claimed an investor who recently wrote off millions invested in an e-commerce company.
When asked to explain the rationale behind his decision, Justice Katju told Faking New, “Article 19 of the Indian constitution grants everyone the right to practice any profession, or to carry on any occupation, trade or business; who are you to deny me this right?”
Our reporter clarified that no one was denying any rights or freedom to him, and we just wanted to understand what logic he had applied before taking the rather mysterious decision.
“See, William Shakespeare had said – we work by wit and not by witchcraft – you must have read Othello, right?” Katju confused this reporter who tried to find a connection.
“You won’t get it. That’s why we need a minimum qualification for being journalists,” he said and went on to launch his e-commerce website.
The nation now awaits the next step by the former judge of the Supreme Court.
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