Shri Om Prakash
You corrected me many times? How dare you. You think you're so wise?
I say I'm not infallible. Perhaps this prompted you to say so. Whenever even a boy of five corrects me, it's my way to acknowledge my mistake and beg pardon. Nothing of this sort has ever happened with you.
Many Questioners on the other hand criticised you and abused you rightly.
You can criticise but thinking that your criticism is final and unrebuttable is your habitual folly.
The legal meaning of, say, cheating is different from ordinary meaning.
But the meaning of habeas corpus is only one.
The Questioner asked whether it's applicable.
It's not applicable because, as he was already arrested, he'd be brought before a judge.
Habeas Corpus becomes necessary when nobody takes any interest to bring a wrong doer at large before a judge.
This's my opinion. You're welcomed to contradict my opinion.
But don't misbehave. Don't use insulting language. And don't think your contradiction is cogent and conclusive.
I have 35 years o f legal life and addressed my arguments in about 10 sorts of courts including a High Court and the Supreme Court and convinced many famous advocated that they were wrong.
Many judges praised me that I was more intelligent than many senior advocates. One high court judge was so impressed that he asked me to turn around and show my face to the advocates.
An advocate said no one goes so deep as I go.