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 Say that again. What is that? Oh! Rule of Law in India.

NEW DELHI: A trial court summoned eight officials of Director General Central Excise Intelligence following a complaint filed by a man alleging that he was wrongfully confined and beaten up by them. Additional chief metropolitan magistrate Ajay Kumar Pandey summoned the officials for December 7 for causing hurt, wrongful confinement, abducting with intent secrecy and criminal intimidation. "There is sufficient ground to proceed against the accused for offences under Section 323, 348, 365, 368, 506 IPC read with Section 34 and 120 B IPC,'' ACMM Pandey said, directing the office of director general, DGCEI to report about the service of summons on next date of hearing. The complainant, Vinay Kanodia, who is in judicial custody in a case initiated by DGCEI under the Central Excise Act 1944, alleged that he was picked up on November 10 from a Paharganj hotel and was forcibly taken to DGCEI office and wrongfully confined there.

 
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A long time ago Anatole France, said on Rule of Law  " The Law in its majestic equality forbids the rich as well as the poor to sleep under the bridges, to be in the streets and stel bread"

 
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 A while ago Justice Katuju of SC referred to the theory of Mimansa in interpreting law. The substance was that the subordinate law cannot go against the principal law.

All our laws derive their authority from the Constitution. Read this. What afford them protection:

A staggering 300 Bihar government employees earning modest government salaries are crorepatis. If this isn’t surprising enough, here’s 

 
 
 
 
 
 
more: All but two of the sleazy 300 continue to hold on to their secure as also, no doubt, lucrative - government jobs despitelong stints in jails

 
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