Sunday, January 5, 2014

Re: [IAC#RG] Be the part of history in reforming the judiciary

Till the time some holistic strategy gets developed its ok to have all and sundry initiatives keep the fire of "jutice-in-public-interest"burninhg. And for all we know some of the enlightened citizens might get brilliant ideas that could really develop into game-changing strategy. SPM
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-----Original Message-----
From: Sarbajit Roy <>
Date: Sun, 5 Jan 2014 23:11:45
To: <>
Subject: Re: [IAC#RG] Be the part of history in reforming the judiciary

Dear Mr Gaur

IAC is not supporting Mr. Rayani's initiative, other than circulating.emails.
The problems are too deep to be sorted out with such superficial initiatives..


On 1/4/14, Gaur J K <> wrote:
> 4/1/14
> Dear Sh. Bhagwanjibhai Rayani,
> Thanks and wish you and your team all the best in 2014.
> The rally that you are organising on 30/1/14 in Mumbai is certainly a step
> in the right direction for spreading the awareness among common people.
> Inspite of being in Mumbai, I have not been able remain in regular touch
> after the last Last All India conference a couple of years before.
> There have been discussion on this forum about corruption in judiciary and
> need for reforms. There are some good people on this forum from all over the
> country .The Convenor had at one time declined to extend support, but now
> there seems to be a change in their thinking-specially after you had
> reported a case of collapse of of client in the Mumbai High court and the
> summary rejection of your PIL at the same time.
> Regds
> JKGaur,Mumbai

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