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N.K.Assumi

N.K.Assumi

Wrote on 17 June 2017  

Dr.G.Balakrishna, irresponsibility in any parts of the world will simply result in disaster globally. See the complex International trade and commerce, our economic life has become extremely complex in the name of globalism and liberalism which has enriched only few at the cost of million with malignant curses of our times:Hunger, Poverty, Ignorance with chronic diseases, which require not that UN charter coexistence but economic co-operation not with lip service, but true co-operation with a world wide interdependence, free from prejudices and hypocrisy. I will be anxiously waiting for your post. I am also working on an article, which will be posted by next week, as am travelling now.Once again Thanks.



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 17 June 2017  

i will post an article on the real method how to work Natural justice not just 'paper natural justice'.



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 17 June 2017  

In fact in the name of democracy political scoundrels only thrive is obvious.



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 17 June 2017  

so obviously, there is 'No Democracy' in real terms but some kind of 'monarchies' in the name of so called democracy - here judiciary obviously fail just because it works under some so called 'Judicial restraints' that restraint even several Judges of USSC said that 'judicial restraint ' is some fiaco not to be adopted just go by constitutional principles as laid down ....



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 17 June 2017  

Never ever democratic countries got into very fast development as such - like these fellows PMs or CMs say, they could achieve the country what they wanted - in fact these representatives only achieve their personal ambitions only not that of common man is the real fact - simply saying that we progressed so well means that these 'guys' only got what they wanted , as these guys just gag you even if you voted him to power.



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 17 June 2017  

In fact when you want to bring in some law you need the public discussion on the bill you propose in public, how it can be accomplished - you need in every village or small town or in every ward a public arena where your representative ought to invite you all living there to attend an event on some Bill to be discussed and a vote taken of the views of the people assembled - that assembly is possible in that public place to collect the opinion of the stake holders that way Athenian democracy started so too in Vaishali in the 6th century BC. that forms your custom in India like in Greece - so when some law makers want to make for all India, you need to take the views of all people, as a whole,; in such a situation , every MP in the case of all india case and MLA in the case of the relevant state or Corporator in the case of Municipality or in the case of a village panchayat at panchayat general public grounds, the view of the people need be collected and then collated and marshalled after proper voting process once properly explaining the Bill. Then only real natural justice is attainable before passing the bill into an Act in parliament, or legislature in corporation or in village panchat concerned. if thus passed naturally all people are aware of the bill , not like so called public gazette notification or putting on some notice boards the purpose cannot be achieved - so we call democracy is the cult of incompetence means - well considered by all and consensus achieved in every arena and further finally discussed by representatives in parliament with these background papers full of data and information and obviously there will be enormous delay before passing a Bill into an Act - so law making is the most difficult process in the world that one needs to know.



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 17 June 2017  

why do we have our so called 'Representatives' one needs to know . in the Vaishali confederacy , there will be the assembly of people under direct representation process unlike representative process we now use, escaping that we are a big Nation - that statement is evading the real facts....



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 17 June 2017  

See we have elected MPs or MLAs or Corporator in Municipl corn and under panchayati Raj Act some Panchayats supposed to follow - whether just our panchayats follow is the basic question again? if not Natural justice what we talk under Art 14 is in shambles in India. how i will say here...



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 17 June 2017  

Mr N.K. Assumi's Cri ref 229 of 2005 at Rajasthan High Court as held by CJ Mr Naval Kishore and Jain J the importance f Natural justice well high lighted . In this it is evident, if a statute before being created a long drawn procedure is to be adopted under procedure laid down by law- not in brief mechanics that is followed today by so called legislature process - f not what ? i will explain per see the customary practice time immemorial evident since vaishali confederacy...


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