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Posted by dr g balakrishnan

29/06/2015 12:20:15

Law making is supposed to reduce all kinds of corruption but law making in india simply increases all varieties of corruption when so judiciary in india should be completely away from executive and legislature is my considered thought.
Posted by dr g balakrishnan

29/06/2015 12:10:59

all these law making is like your Finance Acts indeed neither it knows what it wants to make, most such acts do not have light at the end of the tunnel....in spite of about 70 finance acts are passed and modified tell me whether any one such act really did small meaningful work, at all..look back and tell pls law makers, please be honest.
Posted by dr g balakrishnan

29/06/2015 11:56:09

better not make too many unnecessary amendments at the drop of a hat is my advice to all law makers please, true you as a class being egotistic it is indeed doubtful, as you as a class think you are the end of the world, but such attitude you nurture is indeed counter productive.
Posted by dr g balakrishnan

29/06/2015 11:52:08

at this rate why crimes would not increase the very governance should look into besides law commissions is my view in the circumstances!
Posted by dr g balakrishnan

29/06/2015 11:49:55

Acts mostly done not very meaningfully. if criminal amendments mostly confusing why even whether law maker and legal drafts man did understand is another question, besides your fluency in foreign language - english- is really doubtful ,when so you expect the accused shd have known laws, is it feasible common sense proposition!
Posted by dr g balakrishnan

29/06/2015 11:44:46

this amendment is really not very meaningful; as it is, criminal acts must necessarily be meaningfully simple, else crimes would go on increasing...

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