Comments on HC grants injunction against a London seated investment arbitration

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dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 08 September 2017  

No statute is sacrosanct if it fails under basic tenets of the constitution. NHAI Act denies the right of land holders how one can accept that very Act obviously that very Act need be questioned under examination of basic tenets of the indian constitution, no govt can bye pass constitutional proprieties; if the statute fails judiciary ought to declare such statutes obviously invalid; courts need not look into economy and the like that is the job of government, further the governments ought woirk within the framework of constitution that will be called as healthy law making else some robber barron type oligarchy in place in india one can make out easily. India has 55 billionaires per trillion obviously illegal billionaires for they earned illegal revenue.



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 08 September 2017  

agreeing with shanker I say how retrospective amendment on sec 195 stand amendment has to stand on four legs , obviously government india presumes any investor has to have astrological prediction how the hoist government act by so called retrospective amendment, obviously silly amendment which will stop foreign investments in India hitherto, If govt is senseless judiciary cannot its job has to go by commonsense principle called in chancery jurisdiction under common law code only, after all , india was a dominion and it had accepted a lot of principles of govt of india Ac t1935


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