SHOULD THE ADMINISTRATION WAIT TILL THE S.C. ORDER GUIDELINE EVEN IN VITAL DAY TO ISSUES :
It is a pathetic situation that we are facing . ban on human health hazardous chemical " petcoke " is yet to be implemented . It is not right from the Administrators part to be allowed to be questioned for not implementing the order despite 7 months . What do we call this .
High time the administration start working , if not proactive enough with foresight , at least follow a wise , learned balanced legitimate advice .
- This is posted with the interest to Transform India by cleaning the process of administration .
-Jai Hind . more
Due to vote bank politics, the Governments do not act or make effective laws to control
any menace. As such the Executive had since absolved its duty and handed over powers
of law making and implementation to the judiciary. This not expected in a parliamentary
system of governance. The political parties should rise above petty politics and
abolish all out dated laws and enact new ones to meet the present day requirements of
Who is using these imports? They should be targeted to understand how it is being put to use. It is better to handle it internally than banning an external source. more
Daniel Sir, Our administration is deaf on laws which are clear - do you expect them to act when the matter is before SC. more
Immediate ban on human health hazardous chemical "petcoke" should be implemented . more
Unfortunately, there is a huge number of persons willing to legally challenge any and every act of the government no matter how well inteded it is. Objective of challenge could be political mileage or even personal aggrandizement. Our laws are archaic, constitution out of tune and courts so literal in interpreting it that the challenge often gets sustained. Thus to play safe, administrations await SC directions before acting. Wish the courts were more like the American courts.
As case in example is Aadhar Card. more