the law itself gave sufficient time i.e 90 days to the noticee, to reply, so we can't say that this law has lack of natural justice. Good governance will come only by good people through their representatives. Still we are casting our votes by getting money and free bees... if our attitude changes then we can get good governance, as you said.
Civil courts are barred because of speedy adjudication. If it is not barred, then it will also become a part of long pending adjudications of civil courts... but the constitutional remedy under Article 32 and 226 are open...
Examining the law by the voters themselves, is impracticable, as our voters are not fully aware about existing laws, that is the reason they send their representatives to the Parliament. Voters may examine their representatives but not the law.
income tax Act 1961 needs to be revisited, and examined by very voters themselves, not to be left in the hands of law makers who are mostly dubious characters.
Every law need be subject to civil rights of action why bar civil courts that shows how covert is tax law is? in fact tax moneys collected how spent is not rightly accounted by the governments; so why one need pay exorbitant taxes, exorbitant taxes landed 'black moneys' ; governance mean least taxes on people they may not bother to pay if forced to cough up more taxes, why the tax payer would think a while?
the law itself lack any natural justice principles; why benami transactions take place need to be examined; the factum is the bad governance by government in place; if the governance is indeed great such kind of law need not be needed by any governance system;these arise law makers do not know their job , they are hired, that is elected by voters.
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