I agree with the moderator, although I would not go that far as to say that the judiciary is the main culprit. In the final analysis, it is the failure of the political class that controls themselves + babus and institutions. But yes, were the judiciary as competent and non-corrupt as it ought to be, things would have been much better for the country.
On Sun, 5/28/17, Sarbajit Roy <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Subject: Re: [IAC#RG] "A-team" of Congress and "B-team" of BJP
To: "indiaresists" <email@example.com>
Date: Sunday, May 28, 2017, 4:09 PM
I, as one of the moderators, would be
very interested in knowing which parts of my impugned
message you found scandalous, improbable etc. and why ?
I repeat and reiterate
my opinion that the present day higher judiciary along with
their system, of "officers of the court" (ie.
advocates) is probably the most corrupt institution of India
and the reason India is in such a mess today. They are
answerable to nobody, they are self appointing and
self-serving, utterly resistant to transparency, essentially
a law unto themselves and the fees being paid today to the
so-called designated senior advocates are a public scandal
(eg. alleged Rs. 3.2 crore legal bill for Ram Jethmalani to
defend Arvind Kejriwal) leading us in civil society to
apprehend that perhaps portions of these scandalous fees
find its way back to the judges they appear before so thyat
litigation piles up as court dates (taarikh pe taarikh pe
taarikh) are given at the drop of a hat
Actually, I recall in one of our RTIs
filed to the Delhi High Court a few years back in 2013 I
came across an instance of a sitting judge
"bribing" another sitting judge, and after 2 hotly
contested appeals hearings the Delhi High Court RTI
Appellate officer eventually gave me a certified copy of the
document in question (the kuccha copy already being with me)
whereupon I was able to get the receipient judge transferred
out (but not dismissed because the procedure is too
cumbersome and impossible).
On Sat, May 27, 2017 at
10:43 PM, ravindra malhotra <firstname.lastname@example.org>
am surprised that moderators permit such scandalous,
unverified, improbable and imaginary accusations to be
circulated amongst people of IAC#RG. Many of the writers
seem to have their own dreams that they pen down the next
day for circulation.
From: Sarbajit Roy
To: indiaresists <email@example.com
Sent: Saturday, May 20,
2017 9:48 PM
Subject: Re: [IAC#RG]
"A-team" of Congress and "B-team" of
All these 3
parties - BJP, AAP and Congress are corrupt. So it makes no
difference who is in which party.
Actually, The real cause of
India's corruption is its corrupt higher judiciary and
court system where the corruptors and corruptees find easy
relief and refuge.
It is now time for citizens to demand their
rights and governance and establish who is working (or not
working) for them.
never had any respect for Hazare which was only for the TV
cameras. Plus Anna Hazare was (and still is) an actor for
hire who will say and do anything for a fee.
Kejriwal was not interested in politics till April 2012. All
he wanted was to get the World Bank dictated Lokpal Bill
(Ombudsman Act) implemented for which he was being
handsomely paid in crores by World Bank, CIA and through
some George Soros linked front organisations.
On Fri, May 19, 2017 at 12:13 PM, Gaur
J K <firstname.lastname@example.org>
If AK expels all from Congress and BJP what will be
left with AAP? May be some with left idology as in Punjab or
Educated but unemployed/unemployables with aspirations to be
leaders or from builders lobby to cover up their tracks. But
none of them with any
experience of governance and yesmen for AK.
Whatever your view is of Anna Hazare, the fact remains
that AK had accepted him as his Guru and acquired the public
face through that Aandolan. What was AK,s political/public
persona till then?
riseup.net> on behalf of Rajinder Dalvi <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, May 19, 2017 7:19 AM
Subject: Re: [IAC#RG] "A-team" of Congress
and "B-team" of BJP
While the well known corruption within Aam Aadmi Party
is slowly emerging, you are overlooking the far larger
corruption in the BJP.
When will we have a similar post/s about Narendra Modi,
Nitin Gadkari, Venkiah Naidu, Piyush Goyal etc
You must look at this in the larger context of BJP and
Congress being old allies in corruption..
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