When lawyers and policemen indulge in fisticufs-can Bharat be Surakshit??? Obnoxiously rotten behaviour on the part of the lawyers involved in this .Not being biased towards any of the parties concerned, because police high handedness towards the general public is much more heard of than not
( case of getting a taste of their own medicine?),but lawyers raising hands on uniformed personnel of the law shows a deep denigration of both the protectors and upholders of law. Question that comes to mind is that-Are anti-social elements now becoming lawyers in order to safeguard their own crimes, or is there an underlying frustration in society that is slowly rearing up it's ugly head? Whatever the reason or case,this is "NOT EXCUSABLE AT ALL".
Perpetrators of the crime must be taken to task and strict justice be meted out by the honourable courts without trying to brow beat the issue and brushing it under the carpet of darkness or tomfoolery.
May I now ask -How should we make Bharat really Surakshit?
Jai Hind more
The government and the judiciary should jointly and severely investigate into the ugly unfortunate incident and initiate all necessary action to book the guilty and bring them to justice before the incident, which brought lot of shame for the nation, goes past of public memory irrespective of their unity and the might thereof. Meanwhile, being responsible citizens of the nation, all common man hailing from different cast, creed and society should to come forward and reproach the incident demanding for rigorous punishment for the guilty. more
Exactly. GOI , Bar Council of India and SC Full Bench to Report H'ble President Severally SINCE THE ISSUE IS SUCH DANGEROUS TO BOTH Judiciary and Nation. more
The incidents which occurred recently in Delhi in the court premises is not healthy for the civilised society. It is absolutely necessary in the progressive society to follow the rule of land at times however uncomfortable to individual. Let us consider whole society as a single fraternity instead in divisive groups. Pursuit of knowledge and wisdom makes one humble. With deep sense of compassion. I’m more
In the British Raj, one dared not to touch anyone in uniform be he policeman or postman. Over the last 70 years we have degenerated to this level. Tomorrow even the judges will not be safe from common man. As such many a time they are under the threat of D-gangs of various kinds. more
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In our country those who have to set an example for citizens (viz) politicians, Lawyers, Policemen,Judges, Income tax official are above any law. Our younger generation see these as their roll models more