Comments on Justice Karnan Episode Foregrounds the Need for Holistic Judicial Reforms

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Krushnadeep

Krushnadeep

Wrote on 04 July 2017  

Justice karnataka was wrong no doubt in ordering arrest and making allegations under sc/st Act but question is what happen to the allegations made by him against the Supreme Court Judges including CJI that they are corrupt? When a Dalit judge alleged we started crying that judiciary will be damaged by such incidences. On the other hand we are silent on the judgment given by andhra Prakash High Court stating cow is our mother we should drink it's piss. Again I would like to ask one more question as we said Justice karnan was of unsoundNess of mind as we declared him mad then why ask ordered punishment to him instead of giving benefit of unsound Ness under Indian Penal Code?



Krushnadeep

Krushnadeep

Wrote on 04 July 2017  

Justice karnataka was wrong no doubt in ordering arrest and making allegations under sc/st Act but question is what happen to the allegations made by him against the Supreme Court Judges including CJI that they are corrupt? When a Dalit judge alleged we started crying that judiciary will be damaged by such incidences. On the other hand we are silent on the judgment given by andhra Prakash High Court stating cow is our mother we should drink it's piss. Again I would like to ask one more question as we said Justice karnan was of unsoundNess of mind as we declared him mad then why ask ordered punishment to him instead of giving benefit of unsound Ness under Indian Penal Code?



Krushnadeep

Krushnadeep

Wrote on 04 July 2017  

Justice karnataka was wrong no doubt in ordering arrest and making allegations under sc/st Act but question is what happen to the allegations made by him against the Supreme Court Judges including CJI that they are corrupt? When a Dalit judge alleged we started crying that judiciary will be damaged by such incidences. On the other hand we are silent on the judgment given by andhra Prakash High Court stating cow is our mother we should drink it's piss. Again I would like to ask one more question as we said Justice karnataka was of unsoundNess of mind as we declared him mad then why ask ordered punishment to him instead of giving benefit of unsound Ness under Indian Penal Code?



Krushnadeep

Krushnadeep

Wrote on 04 July 2017  

Justice karnataka was wrong no doubt in ordering arrest and making allegations under sc/st Act but question is what happen to the allegations made by him against the Supreme Court Judges including CJI that they are corrupt? When a Dalit judge alleged we started crying that judiciary will be damaged by such incidences. On the other hand we are silent on the judgment given by andhra Prakash High Court stating cow is our mother we should drink it's piss. Again I would like to ask one more question as we said Justice karnataka was of unsoundNess of mind as we declared him mad then why ask ordered punishment to him instead of giving benefit of unsound Ness under Indian Penal Code?



Krushnadeep

Krushnadeep

Wrote on 04 July 2017  

Justice karnataka was wrong no doubt in ordering arrest and making allegations under sc/st Act but question is what happen to the allegations made by him against the Supreme Court Judges including CJI that they are corrupt? When a Dalit judge alleged we started crying that judiciary will be damaged by such incidences. On the other hand we are silent on the judgment given by andhra Prakash High Court stating cow is our mother we should drink it's piss. Again I would like to ask one more question as we said Justice karnataka was of unsoundNess of mind as we declared him mad then why ask ordered punishment to him instead of giving benefit of unsound Ness under Indian Penal Code?



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 16 June 2017  

tell me who is right who is wrong when you can't decipher between right or wrong just because every situation is just circumstances based - when judges wanted t o be in the court if offer huge moneys like in TN assembly AIADMK party bigwigs offered to MLAs 6 crores to 110 lacs to back sashikala faction OPS or EPS factions offered case for support means what? obvious loot of the exchequer - so no one can stop corruption except one when he is conscientious only - see r=what is happening for president election ? money moves from hands to hands or some favors like BJP wanted AIADMK to support its candidate for president position, so unless you have self control on you no power can stop corruption any where - today we don't have morals or ethics is obvious - what NJAC could do? just think a while u will get your own answer.



S.dhAmodharaan

S.dhAmodharaan

Wrote on 09 June 2017  

VERY URGENT appeal to EC,SC,PM&President,&fellow-voters/citizens: Push immediately for the Unique, all-IndhiA-representative Electoral College, that will elect New President,to be innovatively and economically used for the BhArath-democracy to react to SC's controversial affront to our democracy, on NJAC, by rejecting the advice of Combined PArliament & 15 State Legislatures. It is for the concerned voters/citizens, mAsters of SC, Executive and the destiny of the Nation, to call the AUM-bluff of SC, AUM standing here for All-Mighty, Unquestionable and Mightier-than-Combined PArliament&15-State Legislatures, not our praNav manthr!



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 08 June 2017  

wherever you have human man there is ought to be some corruption or the other - to stem it you need to be like very Lord Buddha - do we have Buddhas in parliament or in legislatures in india, but karnan says he is a dalit and needs protection under Atrocities Act , in fact he too clever to misuse that act, while he is no buddha like personality when so how could he be right 'Dalit' kind of innocent common man - he is some lawyer means he is some better educated dalit if so how can he demand the protection of a common poor man dalit on the street he is too clever , every man of common sense understand, why some so called advocates - he has a mischivous smile of humor on his face - see when he issued 12 ;pages judgement on SC judges , when punished for obvious contempt compounded, and when punished he escaped arrest by going underground all that shows he has no element of respect at the very constitution of India like law makers you see in parliament or in state legislatures - that shows he makes fun of judiciary that you can't do anything but for law maker scoundrels in your coat pockets , that way he tries to tell man on the street don't honor court decisions - do u want such man to be protected yes that is your business - i have no regard to that incorrigible person, so i don't say you shall not love him better love him and give your advocacy support as you did for ttv divakaran of TN in the electronic media. soory without any malice sir.



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 08 June 2017  

Judiciary has some human beings as judges - human's have a lot of weaknesses, so advocates do,so judges do, but right mens rea and actus rea you cannot put them to justice - u may love Mr Karnan that is no big answer but i like Karnan as a man but as a complainant, he is woefully miserable - how first of all he could rise to judgeship is to be answered - it shows he also adopted some such devious ways any man of common sense may derive - u don't need great special sense - the way he went on every time once he was summoned to the SC, before he was convicted he was given under Art 14 natural justice (audi alteram partem) instead of proving there his innocence he after getting time to make a written statement, without answering, without having judicial powers, how he could make Orders on a Constitutional bench of 7 judges, obviously he treated constitution bench some 'mad work' of the constitution - but for that constitution he is no citizen at all of india, a stateless man himself at first, how a parliament can tolerate, but your so called parliament tolerated for obvious reasons indian parliament itself s corrupt as it never work as the British parliament works, that is why our founders of the indian constitution adopted British parliamentary system , Irish fundamental rights, American constitutional system,so Canadian , Australian and USSR constitutions - when constitution prescribes what is is constitution is, how the indian parliament can behave as it behaves - obviously it is full of some political scoundrels is obvious. if so what bill it can bring on judges i wonder at your scholarship of constitutional interpretation without offense to you personally as i don't have any malice as such- may be you appear in electronic media doesn't give any better edge as a great legal scholar as professors of law - so as an advocate can quote in the court as most Advocates quote like devils quote scriptures, bu only judges do have control on such misdeameaners - true judges are corrupt they also have the same constitution protections under fundamental rights -if your governance is basically stem from all kinds of deliberate misbehavior besides being the governance by governments obviously seriously corrupt and affecting the man on the street - what great credence you can give to these law makers , state your meaningful answers, sir. tks



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 08 June 2017  

Mr. Rajasekhran's effort is good. But he has not given solution, but he raises the problem only, Without sensible solution, no problem can be solved; see Art 51A of Part IVA itself tell about one's duties as also Art 265 is there for due procedure , when the constitution it self gives, where is the need for some so called Bill of judicial reforms - see Mr Rajasekharanji your views is okay loke some Law Makers as MPs or MLAs, law makers are not fit persons to sit on judges independence - independence doesn't mean just throwing some evidenceless complaints Mr Karnan foisted being some judge of high court obviously shows his perception on complaints is woefully miserable - if he gave right evidence none could question but his way something comparable to the prosecution cases that loses in the open court - when he fails at the first count obviously itself a contempt of very court itself - see so many culprits escape under the paradigm - 100 criminals can escape but not one innocent can be punished is your criminal jurisprudence is it not?....


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