Posts Tagged Supreme court
The Supreme Court has remarked that “The way the events happen and unfold, who incites, who provokes, the courts are not equipped to handle such situations”. The courts need to allow the police and the government to do its duty to watch the agents provocateurs, as it’s their primary duty. The government is aided and advised by an elaborate infrastructure of institutions assigned specific roles. For executing their duty properly, these institutions employ professionals. Law & order situations develop when either the professionals abdicate their duties or fail to advise the government properly in real time or hide sensitive information from the government. Such situations also arise when government ignores such advice or refuses to grant permission to the institution or the professional on duty to take appropriate action.
At the end, corruption has taken its toll : the Rail Minister, Mr. Pavan Kumar Bansal, caught in the tsunami of naked corruption, is reported to have resigned. That is really not the news. The impending resignation of the Law Minister, Mr. Aswani Kumar, who has abused his position to protect the guilty in the […]
The corruption scam in allocation of coal blocks to private entities by the ministry of Coal, Government of India, when the Prime Minister Man Mohan Singh held the charge of the coal ministry was first detected by the Comptroller & Auditor General of India more than a year ago. The loss to the exchequer estimated […]
A minister incurs a disqualification for the office if he violates his oath of office. By taking the oath, the person binds himself/herself to the discipline of the solemn parts of that oath. When the minister behaves in a manner that violates the whole or any part of that oath, it is incumbent upon him/her […]
It is one of the most ill advised decisions of the government to send a Presidential reference to the Supreme Court of India on 2G spectrum auction. It is no less a mockery of the judiciary than the return of the death warrant by the jail superintendent in Punjab. If officials act independent of the […]
Police: please note that law is unlawful that denies Gandhians in India to carry on a peaceful fast. Don’t do it. You are committing gravest blunder. That the politicians are corrupt to the core is known to you much better than an average citizen. Please note: No harm is going to be caused to law […]