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PM Modi wants criminal cases against politicians fast-tracked

New Delhi: Pushing for clean politics, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today asked Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad to work out a mechanism to settle criminal and other court cases against politicians within a year.

The directive is in line with Modi's commitment during his election campaign that he will endeavour to see that court cases against politicians are decided within one year. If they are guilty, they should bepunished, if not they should be discharged, he had said.

During the campaign, he had vowed to pursue a zero-tolerance policy on graft if he came to power.
In one of his media interviews, he had also said that the Supreme Court will be requested to take up such cases on a fast-track basis.
The Law Ministry has already started working on the roadmap and one of the options is to follow the recommendation of the Law Commission made to the Supreme Court in March.

The law panel said that for charges framed against sitting MPs or MLAs, the trial must be expedited and concluded within a one-year period.
"If trial is not concluded within one year then (either) the MP/MLA may be disqualified at the expiry of the one-year period or the MP/MLAs' right to vote in the House as a member, remuneration shall be suspended at the expiry of the one-year period," the report had said.
This Parliament has a record number of lawmakers facing criminal charges - 186 members or 34 per cent of the Lok Sabha - according to research by the Association for Democratic Reforms.
Modi had stressed his administration would steer clear of political vendetta, but he also underscored that the law would be followed and the guilty would be punished, irrespective of their clout. more  

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Good information. But 34% of MPs are criminals is a worrying figure. Is this a figure about current parliament? more  
Ask Modi Ji to fix minimum wages Rs1000.00/day mandatory andd linked to inflation. Remove all susideis and Tax. Good day will follow immediately. more  
What can a good man like Namoji do when BJP Central Ministrys are so shameless and corrupt that they will not even take action when nude images of BJP leader's daughter being circulated are complained about to them.

"After the BJP Govt came to power IAC complained about 3 additional porno .IN websites blatantly controlled from a chappie in Pakistan (openly registered to him in PK). These websites had explicit dirty "celebrity" pics of a current BJP MP (and former Union Minister)'s celeb daughter. Despite this for almost 2 months the BJP Govt took no action on IAC's complaint even though the dealing Union Minister (BJP)
is very close to the MP concerned.

Left with no alternative - and unwilling to pay the bribes demanded, IAC translated about 20 pornographic pictures with their filthy captions into Gujarati language and discreetly sent it to "The Man" last week. 2 of these sites were finally "rendered inactive" yesterday, the 3rd had stopped down on its own on 22 July.The 2 lucrative .IN porno sites with pics of Congress persons continue to operate but those photos have been deleted (for now)"

"The Right to Information Act 2005, is the biggest fraud inflicted upon on the citizens since the Nehru-Gandhi family." more  
If the trials are not concluded within the year then it is not the fault of the MP/MLA's who are facing criminal charges. There should be some other mechanisms to finish the trials within one year as far as possible till then the benefit of doubt should be given to MP/MLA's since they are peoples representatives. more  
An initiative well begun is half done . I hope Mr Modi has the firm support of his senior members of the party since there will be quite a few of BJP's own MP's and MLA's who may get hit. The last 60 years has permitted corruption to percolate from the very top to the grass root of every aspect of our lives, so much so nothing shocks us anymore. We hear now of our beloved ex PM(the "honest silent man") himself influencing the chief justice of the Supreme court to appoint a tainted judge. Does this shock us??? No we did not expect anything less from this honest man who has chosen to remain silent when every institution of the govt was being a hammered with the proverbial final nail. No doubt he inherited a crumbling structure with the foundations corrupt to the core yet all he did was to let the rot go deeper.

Now to rebuild the system a super human effort is needed with support from every quarter at every level. I am sure if Mr Modi shows the same will he displayed in his march to the PM's post this too can be a reality. more  
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