Thursday, May 14, 2015


Justice is logic oriented in India. Just spend money, hire good lawyer or team of lawyers and simply snatch the justice. Justice is like a product in our country. Just spend money and purchase good quality justice. After appointment of Ex Chief Justice P Sathasivam as Kerala governor, the most of Indian judges eye on the post retirement plan (posting). Naturally, their verdict will not be fair or out of "without fear or with favour." If anyone has any objection on these word, please just go to any Indian lower court. You will certainly say, you can get every things in the courts but you can not get justice.

On 14 May 2015 at 12:29, Anil Jain <> wrote:
This is the problem in India.. Every government agency is deteriorated to its worst level. There is no fear of law as Judiciary has become a part of Corruption. You are strong if you have strong political connection and rest of the people are left to debate who is right and who is wrong  - just for mental satisfaction and to prove that they have philosophical brain..
I am proud of my country but shameful to so called DESH DROHI who are killing values day by day,,,They are driving this country to undefined terrorism..

On Wed, May 13, 2015 at 1:38 PM, 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

Date: Tue, 12 May 2015 12:47:50 -0400

One more case of SATYAM   Ramblings Raju. The fraud is a open book to every one. He got bail with in a month. 


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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:

India Against Corruption

                                                               WHEN PEOPLE LOSE FAITH IN JUDICIARY , CONSEQUENCES CAN BE ALARMING

After several years of trial in a killing case, an actor was held guilty by the court and jail term awarded. But, he got bail in a few hours  from another judge. After several years of trial in a corruption case, a Chief Minister was found guilty and awarded jail term and hefty fine. But, after a few months, a higher court judge called her innocent and acquitted everyone involved totally. Now, one wonders which judge is right and which judge is wrong.

While rich politicians and cinema actors seem to have the last laugh, there are thousands of dharidhranarayanas in India who stay in jail for lesser crime for several years without being heard. Are they not as much Indians as the cinema actor driving his car on a pavement dweller and rich politician indulging in corrupt practices ? Are we settling down for this sort of democracy in India ?

An average common man in India, millions of whom do not have any political affiliation have already lost faith in the politicians in power and bureaucracy. He has been thinking that the judiciary is ultimate conscience keeper of the country. But, when judiciary give judgements with so much of contradiction between one judge and the other and  providing  bail and relief to the convicted actor and politicians with  great speed and with  many judges in India already having been accused of corrupt practices in the past, people  tend to develop doubts about judiciary too.

Now, what can a common man do , if he loses faith in politicians in power, bureaucrats and judges? It is alarming to think about such situation and the possibilities.


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