Friday, January 17, 2014


Law is an ass.
Law will take its own course.
Law will take its own course.
Everyone is equal in eyes of law.
CBI is a “Caged Parrot”.
Kanoon Ke Haath Bahut Lambe Hain. (I think it is TOONDA)
Haven’t we have heard these words and phrases so often that we have stopped believing in them?
Sanjay Dutt, having been convicted, is serving sentence in arms case. In less than three months, he has been granted parole twice, once for his treatment and second time for his wife’s treatment. Is it a coincidence that his sister, PriyaDutt, is a congress MP from North Bombay?
Manu Sharma of not so famous Jessica Lal case is serving life sentence. During his first parole, he was found partying in a Pub in Delhi. Once again, he has been granted Parole to appear for Human rights Exams (SIC). Is it a coincidence that his father is a congress MP?
Lalu Prasad Prasad Yadav has been convicted and is serving jail term in corruption case. In less than three months he is out on bail. Is it a coincidence that elections are round the corner and fresh alliances are being worked out?
 Rashid Masood is serving sentence in serious corruption case. He has been granted bail. Is it a coincidence that he is a congress MP?
 Remember Italian marine case? They allegedly shot Indian fishermen. While the trial was on, Italians were allowed to go home for Xmas festival. Italians. Does it ring a bell? What happened subsequently is history. India prisoners in Italy aren’t sent home for Diwali.
 Quttorochi of (in) famous Bofors gun case walked free. This case was unique which had set new standards in India history of corruption.
After Bhopal tragedy, Anderson was allowed to leave India overnight.
Purullia Arms dropping case is unique in its own context. Culprits have walked free.
Sadhvi Pragya has been in jail for five years without facing a trial. She is reportedly suffering from cancer. Is it a coincidence that she is a member of Vishv Hindu Parishad.?
Nalini Chidambaram (wife of P Chidambaram) reportedly gave advice to West Bengal Govt.
Nalini Chidambaram was the advocate for Hassan Ali scam case running into thousands of Cr.
Kapil  Sibal (Minister) was the advocate for terrorist Bhullar.
Salman Khurshid (Minister) was the advocate for banned organisation SIMI (now under a new format Indian Mujahidin).
Special CBI curt in Panchkula accepted closure report submitted by CBI in two cases of—attempt to murder and forgery of documents, filed against former Haryana DGP SPS Rathore.
Rajiv Shukla has been allotted a plot in Mumbai worth crores of Rs for less than Rs 1 Lakh. Subsequently, relevant file was lost in Mantralaya fire. No FIR has been filed. Is it a coincidence that Shukla is a congress MP?
Files containing details of Coal block allocation have gone missing. No FIR has been filed. Is it a coincidence that Coal ministry was under Man Mohan Singh?
About three fourths of total prisoners in India are under trials, says a new report by National social Watch, a network of civil society organisations.
It is time judicial reforms are implemented without delay and without India being made to suffer further. If the Government is serious, it can implement any change by way of an ordinance for which it needs political will.
Politics cannot be termed above human lives.



S.R.Ayyangar said...

Mockery of LAW (Laws are waste).

Shilpa Garg said...

Law is different for the poor and there's another set of laws for the rich and the powerful!

BK Chowla, said...

S R Ayyangar,,
Truely so.But,when did e raise our voice?

BK Chowla, said...

Isn't it time judicial reforms are implemented?

BK Chowla, said...

Shilpa Garg,
Show me the face and I will show you a law.

SG said...

Oliver Goldsmith's speech comes to my mind. He said: Laws grind the poor, and rich men rule the law.

Anonymous said...

Yes, judicial reforms are needed, but who will implement them?

The animals in "Animal Farm" learnt that 'Some animals are more equal than other animals'.

Likewise in India, some people are more equal than others and enjoy ball privileges.

BK Chowla, said...

I couldn't agree with you more on this quote.

BK Chowla, said...

Manju Joglekar,
Some citizens are more equal than others....but it happens only in India.

Sandhya said...

No govt. will try to reform the judiciary of our country. Even if somebody tries to do it, the pressure will be so much that they will think twice before taking steps. Running a party is not easy. Unless there is avenue for making money or influence for escaping from scams, people will not join the political parties. Congress has become the worst party in the history of scams. Nobody can beat them.


Ashok Khemka is being harassed for doing his duty. And now there are concerted attempts to scuttle Pushkar Tharoor's "sudden unnatural death probe". Yes, law is an ass!

BK Chowla, said...

Law breakers are part of law makers in India.
How can we expect them to ever put themselves in the dock?
Read history.British laws in India were made to protect them bad target the poor,that is Indians .Has much changed?

BK Chowla, said...

Agree.These two are living examples to prove my point

Anonymous said...

Plethora of Examples presented in the article as an evidence of weak judicial system or rather judiciary mocked by our own ministers and some influential personalities in India. We the people of India are at fault for such a lousy system. We never raise our voices and try to tolerate such kind of nonsense. The article clearly suggest the Indian people are dead from inside. I don't have the wisdom to suggest things but judicial reforms sooner the better for all of us and last but not the least but we the people of India should be in a habit of raising our voices. Thank you.

Unknown said...

You have rightly said that the law is an ass. The law applies only to the poor who have no godfathers to protect them.It is a pitiable situation.

Insignia said...

Law is an ass Bingo!!! What more to say Chowla sir. You said it right in the beginning

Rahul Bhatia said...

Too many lawyers as policy makers , spoil the broth:)

BK Chowla, said...

Vijay Tiwari,
We are not dead from inside.We are still living with a colonial mind set and worship those who rule.
It has to change and it will change

BK Chowla, said...

Usha Menon,
Law is made by those who don't respect the law