Monday, May 18, 2015


॥ यतो धर्मस्ततो जय: ॥

केन्द्रीय सतर्कता आयोग,
करे सिर्फ विलासिता भोग,
हर ह्विसिल ब्लोअर प्रताड़ित,
यह नहीं है संयोग !

राजनीति में अपराधीकरण रोकती,
सार्थक सविधान की व्याख्या ,
न्यायपालिका के भ्रष्टाचार पर,
निरर्थक चुप्पी सही क्या ?

न्यायपालिका की जबाबदेही,
उच्चतम न्यायालय करे तय,
सार्थक हो आदर्श वाक्य,
यतो धर्मस्ततो जय:।

कुछ लोग कहते हैं "Delayed justice denied justice." मैं कहता हूँ
"Delayed justice is injustice and it shows corruption in judicial system."

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On 17/05/2015, sangeeta tomar <> wrote:
> We forget Judge is also a human being and as vulnerable as we all are.
> Efforts should be that we need minimum judges and that can only be in a
> society where people themselves have self disciplined and are not corrupt.
> Please ignore it if you don't agree with my thoughts.
> Lets stop criticising and start analysing.
> On Sat, May 16, 2015 at 4:49 PM, raj kishore Vaish <>
> wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> I have gone through the discussion and thought a
>> solution must be provided. kindly supply to all citizens including
>> judges , M.P., M.L.A.,,the following because of loss of character.....
>> "" किसी भी नागरिक द्वारा किया भ्रष्टाचार अपने खुद के पिता, भाई,
>> पुत्र के साथ, या अपने स्वयं के माँ, बहन, बेटी के साथ बलात्कार करने के
>> बराबर है "
>> "Any kind of corruption did by any citizen amounts to RAPE with their
>> Mother, Sister, Daughter, Father, Son, and Brother."
>> Thanks with regards
>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>> From: Ankit Khetan <>
>> Date: Fri, 15 May 2015 05:56:51 +0000 (UTC)
>> To: "" <>
>> Sorry to say But I think that you are away from reality, seating in
>> Air conditioned Room enjoying your retirement. You have forgotten the
>> days of your struggle.Today unaccounted persons are in jail, not
>> guilty but waiting for their turn to be heard in Courts just to know
>> why they are in prison for years, what is their guilt.Supreme Court,
>> Constitution, Big Politician from the large expensive stages shout and
>> say Every one is equal in the eye of law. But while asking for
>> justice..where I am from..who you are, the poor guy...its my greatness
>> that you are alive.Great Chandran ji...Great Indian, Great citizen you
>> are. One person is asking for justice and instead of supporting him
>> you are telling who is servant and who is Public, In whose hand is law
>> and who is fighting for law..Yes I agree that Govt. does not supports
>> Judicial system financially, but dont forget we want justice and we
>> will get it.
>> Ankit KhetanIndia From: P.Mohana Chandran <
>> To:
>> Sent: Thursday, 14 May 2015 1:38 PM
>> Shri Venkataraman may kindly note that to err is human.Judges also may
>> err-of course not with the intention to err.The error may be on a
>> question of law or on a guestion of fact.To take care of such
>> situations,law enables affected party to file Appeal,Review,Revision
>> etc.Do you wantthe Appellate Court to confirm the trial court
>> judgement in all cases and thereby make the people to have faith in
>> judiciary.TrialCourt and Appellate Courts shall patiently hear the
>> matter and give judgements with out fear or favour.They need not worry
>> about the comments that may be made by persons like Shri.Venkataraman.
>> If the decision of Mr.Justice Kumaraswamy of the Hon'ble Karnataka
>> High Court is based on erroneous calculation (mathematical error ) in
>> calculating the total assets and total income and if the mismatch is
>> really more than 10% as is being propogated by some opposition leaders
>> in Tamilnadu, a mere Application for Review will be sufficient for
>> the Judge to correct the error.
>> The allegation was that since Ms.Jayalalitha is a politician,the case
>> was prolonged for more than a decade.On her coviction,when the Bail
>> matter came up before the Supreme Court ,coditional Bail was granted,a
>> consequence of which is expeditious disposal of the Appeal which
>> resulted in quick disposal of the Appeal.The economic status of the
>> party concerned has nothing to do with the case.
>> A resourceful /wealthy party may be able to engage a team of legal
>> experts and may be able to come out successful by taking advantage of
>> the loopholes in law.A 'daridra narayana' may have to depend on a
>> lawyer provided by Court or Legal Services Authority who may or may
>> not be good/capable of handling the matter.It is only in this matter
>> ,economically deprived persons are in a dis advantageous position.Bail
>> is the Rule and Jail is an exception. Poor people are not capable of
>> engaging a lawyer and in cases that are not very serious,amicus curie
>> is not appointed by court for accused and hence they remain in jail
>> for days, months and at times years.
>> I shall cite a case (Mrs.Indirra Gandhi) where a High Court 's verdict
>> was set aside by the Supreme Court,not because the High Court was
>> wrong but because the Parliament amended the law with retrospective
>> effect.Incurring expenses by a candidate above the cut off limit was
>> an electoral malpractice even if the amount is spent by a political
>> party. Mrs.Gandhi was unseated as Congress spent in excess of the cut
>> off amount.During emergency, law was amended with retrospective effect
>> stipulating that money spent by political parties shall not be counted
>> to calculate the cut off amount .Both the decisions were
>> correct.Perhaps Shri Venkataraman might not have uttered a word had
>> Ms.Jayalalitha got the Prevention of Corruption Act amended with
>> retrospective effect exempting MPs,MLAs,MLCs and Central and State
>> Ministers from the per view of the Prevention of Corruption Act.I
>> appreciate Ms Jayalalitha for fighting the case by filing Appeal
>> engaging ,of course the best legal brain instead of managing to amend
>> the Prevention of Corruption Act with the help of Mr Modi and also
>> the DMK P.Mohana Chandran
>> On Wed, May 13, 2015 at 9:08 AM, Raghavan R N <>
>> wrote:
>> Dear Sir,
>> If some one is Punished by a Court, it does not mean Judiciary is
>> right . There are many cases pending Judgement in a number of Courts
>> in india, the two recently came up for public attention is that of Ms
>> Jayalalitha and Mr Salman Khan
>> Every one knows that Ms Jayalalitha's case is one related to Politics
>> and it is natural, every one wanted her to be punished[ her
>> opponents]. She has been an actress for a long time and her back
>> ground is too good to be considered that she amassed wealth only by
>> political means. Judgement by a Lower Court need not necessarily
>> decide the final outcome. Law provides more options till Supreme
>> Court. If it is a fit case for fighting, Govt should initiate action
>> to file a suit in Supreme Court. None prevented and no one should
>> close this option. Counting dresses , chappals and other house hold
>> articles for estimating the assets of Ms Jayalalitha looks odd.
>> In the case of Ms Salman Khan, it can be appreciated that this case is
>> not of national importance. Daily such run over cases happen in India
>> and abroad and even yesterday three women were killed under the wheels
>> of a police vehicle. It is an accident can be due to negligence.Here
>> too, the accused has options to appeal in higher court to get justice.
>> Bail was granted as he is an actor and is working in number of FILMS.
>> All get affected. Granting bail , fast or slow cannot be questioned.
>> Definitely, prominent people get things done fast and for others, it
>> takes time. It is Indian culture and way of doing things in India.
>> raghavan rn
>> From:
>> Date: Tue, 12 May 2015 12:47:50 -0400
>> To:
>> One more case of SATYAM Ramblings Raju. The fraud is a open book to
>> every one. He got bail with in a month.
>> Sent from my iPhone
>> On 12-May-2015, at 3:41 am, Jagjit Ahuja <> wrote:
>> Judiciary in India has made a mockery of themselves . They know that
>> there is no one in the governing system who can punish them for all
>> the wrongs. Now with the judgement made in favour of Jayalalitha
>> clearly shows that how our judiciary has been working . The presenting
>> officers and the defence advocates have been playing games with each
>> other .At least punish out off those who have been proved to be wrong
>> .
>> Same thing happened with the case of Salman Khan.
>> On Mon, May 11, 2015 at 8:41 PM, Venkatraman Ns
>> <> wrote:
>> To
>> India Against Corruption
>> several yearsof trial in a killing case, an actor was held guilty by
>> the court and jail termawarded. But, he got bail in a few hours from
>> another judge. After several years of trial in a corruption case,
>> aChief Minister was found guilty and awarded jail term and hefty fine.
>> But,after a few months, a higher court judge called her innocent and
>> acquittedeveryone involved totally. Now, one wonders which judge is
>> right and which judgeis wrong. While richpoliticians and cinema actors
>> seem to have the last laugh, there are thousandsof dharidhranarayanas
>> in India who stay in jail for lesser crime for severalyears without
>> being heard. Are they not as much Indians as the cinema actordriving
>> his car on a pavement dweller and rich politician indulging in
>> corruptpractices ? Are we settling down for this sort of democracy in
>> India ?An average common manin India, millions of whom do not have any
>> political affiliation have alreadylost faith in the politicians in
>> power and bureaucracy. He has been thinking thatthe judiciary is
>> ultimate conscience keeper of the country. But, when judiciarygive
>> judgements with so much of contradiction between one judge and the
>> otherand providing bail and relief to the convicted actor
>> andpoliticians with great speed and with many judges in India
>> already having beenaccused of corrupt practices in the past, people
>> tend to develop doubts about judiciary too.Now, what can acommon man
>> do , if he loses faith in politicians in power, bureaucrats andjudges?
>> It is alarming to think about such situation and the possibilities.
>> N.S.Venkataraman
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