Comments on Indian Judicial System: Beyond religion and emotions

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Satyam mishra

Satyam mishra

Wrote on 02 September 2015  

Thnks everyone for appreciating and sharing ur valuable ideas.



birina chakravarty

birina chakravarty

Wrote on 30 August 2015  

Very nice and thanks for your just n proper analysis of Indian Judicial system. .



ganesh rao

ganesh rao

Wrote on 25 August 2015  

truely said. it is the selfish politicians with partisan attitude that are promoting division among the people on basis of religion, caste, region etc.



r.pratap

r.pratap

Wrote on 21 August 2015  

Sir Our judiciary is not concerned with caste , creed or religion unless it is direct subject matter anywhere, The courts only take evidence on records which is placed by public/ litigants for the decision of the matter.Judiciary is above all these trivial beliefs. Thanks.



r.pratap

r.pratap

Wrote on 21 August 2015  

Sir Our judiciary is not concerned with caste , creed or religion unless it is direct subject matter anywhere, The courts only take evidence on records which is placed by public/ litigants for the decision of the matter.Judiciary is above all these trivial beliefs. Thanks.



Carlisle Collins

Carlisle Collins

Wrote on 12 August 2015  

Let’s think ‘outside the box’ for a moment. Kasab had a direct role in mass murder; Menon was involved vicariously. Hitler, Bush, Obama, Saddam, Stalen, etc. didn’t fire a single bullet but millions died on their command.



Satyam mishra

Satyam mishra

Wrote on 10 August 2015  

Thnku for appreciating my idea Mr.Sidagouda sir.



Satyam mishra

Satyam mishra

Wrote on 10 August 2015  

Respected anil sir, he was charged for killing of murder of more than 250 people thn also he had been given every opportunity to prove himself true. He was caught in Nepal by CBI and after that u are saying he should be given summon and he should be given time to espace. Sorry bt I dnt support this sir.



Sidagouda

Sidagouda

Wrote on 10 August 2015  

Very nice article Mr.Satyam. Your ideas are very true. Our Judicial system provides chance to everyone.



Anil Agrawal

Anil Agrawal

Wrote on 10 August 2015  

He is arrested withhout being heard. Abolish sec 200 of Crpc under which summos are issued at the drop a hat and then 20 years is common


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