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dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 24 April 2017  

Not only in Ms.JJ's case the situation can be on any person if died in suspicious circumstances, that is where Executive ought to yield to India Judiciary initially.....



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 24 April 2017  

State of TN can't avoid JJ's death issue as any person in TN or anywhere in India or abroad if he is indian citizen can question the union govt or the state govt under a PIL or a Writ in Madras high court or any other high court and even at hon Supreme Court of India...hon courts can't reject such cases without sufficient cause with it; no political outfit can gag the case by saying ' there is no evidence' without substantial evidence with forensic support ...



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 24 April 2017  

Many statutes are in conflict with the other laws or statutes why between sections, so prudence is in application of mind is given credence in every medico legal cases, in fact, this law falls under concurrent lists so central law prevails over any state statutes that one need to bear in mind....



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 24 April 2017  

true. see in Ms. J Jayalalitha's case, CM of TN - situation on september 22 2016 some suspicious circumstances JJ fell suddenly ill; may be food poisoing or some such conditions , where is the 'vomitus' , feces, urine first collected and their 'asaps' ,(where id 'asap') questions do arise. the Apollo doctors obviously in spite of IPC sec/92 , and 199, obviously failed to maintain their cautious reports - these reports are obvious in any such kind cases of condition - so the even today it 'boomarangs' on medical specialists be it Indian or foreign; fact is medical specialists obviously first right earnest treat the patient without exception for the purpose of saving the person from instant death....be what law or statute is!...


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