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dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 11 April 2017  

it will contine tomorrow sir tks.



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 11 April 2017  

so , the political parties have had been taking the voters for granted, that is clear serious 'deficiency' under consumer Act if read into the Constitution as also in the representation Act of India Act, administered by the hon EC.....so it moved the hon SC top look into 'serious deficiency ' clause of consumer Act, when read under Art 5 (citizenship ) clause....



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 11 April 2017  

Yesterday or soo so many TN farmers rolled on roads before Noth Block to seek PMO to attend to their issues, that is clear the Modi government failed in its promises per its Manifesto; besides it failed under so called 'Demonetization' promise he gave on Nov 8th 2016 per his so called National broadcast removing rs 1000 rupee Notes with obvious assurance 'he would completely bring back all black money (non accounted cash running into several billions ', he obviously failed , i mean his government functioning today, in fact cannot be in real terms 'functioning'...



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 11 April 2017  

For eg in RK Nagar constituency chennai some political parties gave cash gifts that cannot be treated as some decent value for the 5 year contract of service by the party to be in power, once elected ; see Modi govt so far not acted what his party gave a Manifesto during the general election, so too all precious political parties since 1950 when we formed democratic government....



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 11 April 2017  

The politician to be a law maker does some carrot and stick game on the voter. That such action is untenable for the vote cannot be purchased by any cash; but by actual service to the voter for the 5 years , as each vote buys clear 5 years unstinted service from the government once it assumes power....



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 11 April 2017  

Though the voter too cash he will not fall under 'corruption' term, for 'No one can pay a bribe' for a vote , vote is some power of governance given by the voter to one to rule sensibly and with all human touch, not arbitrarily, that way rs 4000 or even any amount cannot buy a vote, but vote has to be in 'volition' only against the 'Manifesto'....



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 11 April 2017  

Factum is Law maker to be seeks votes by a clear Manifesto - contractual obligation - buyer and seller concept surfaces, that squarely falls under Indian Contract Act 1832 as applicable - if there is obvious breach of Manifesto that falls under s.19 (fraud) committed under against the Manifesto as also against the voters' interests as the voter gave their vote in therms of Manifesto only not against what the party men gave as bribe for votes - obviously - the money the party bribed obviously can be treated as just some 'gift' with no obligation has to be read in.



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 11 April 2017  

the idea is the hon SC presumes the application of consumer protection Act in terms of fundamental rights found under Part III of the Constitution when read into Art 14, r/w Art 19 and Art 21, and r/w representation Act applicable for elections , obviously Consumer protection Act can get extended in the arena of Elections too...how let us see as we did her in digital consumer....



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 11 April 2017  

May be Consumer Act 1986 is applicable or not applicable? Fact is there is obvious deficiency from both sides. One is never any political party in power, ever fulfilled their promises as per their ' Manifestos'; if the party in power never fulfilled their promises as found in Manifesto, naturally it committed the worst possible 'deficiency' as is understood by very hon Supreme Court, so it issued Notices to the government....



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 11 April 2017  

see in RK Nagar poll chennai TTV Dinakaran party men seemed to have paid rs.4000/-per vote; it means TTV Dinakaran seems to have purchased per vote so he calculated he would get 50000 votes more than another that sent shivers to other parties... so they sought cancellation of poll now, by the hin EC, it happened - here who will file case on whom ?.. let us analyse in my next post....


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