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History Of Courts By Kailash Rai Pdf 19
the delhi high court held with the observation that “in the case of the bjp, there is a rot that is not only in the mind and which creates an anti-national atmosphere. this rot is visible within the party, in government functionaries and in parliamentarians. it not only hurts the society but the state.” it thus infers that the bjp gets its support from some deviant elements within the society. it further states that under the present social, cultural and political environment, the bjp was not able to carry out the agenda of the larger section of society. it made the chief justice of india to make a broad statement that the media was being used by the bjp to bring out “hatred and ill-will”.
a few lessons stand out from the bjp versus election commission (2003) case. the very term ‘tehelka’ is very derogatory to the media. while the supreme court struck down the entire provision and gave freedom to the media under the constitution to expose corruption, the bjp passed a law-black money (undisclosed foreign income and assets) (transparency in taxation) act, 2005. it is evident that the media had no role to play in exposing corruption.
on april 14, 2009, the supreme court, while hearing the petition of a person charged under the prevention of corruption act in connection with the mayawati’s alleged land allotment to herself, had made it clear that “the prevention of corruption act was enacted in order to help people to expose the corruption and misuse of power of the corrupt. the allegations made in the petition concerning the allotment of land to mayawati are clear. however, the petitioner did not prove the quantum of loss suffered by him as a result of the conduct of mayawati.”
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when justice kailash u. chandiwal was appointed as a judge in the bombay high court, the government denied and the media criticised it on the ground that justice chandiwal was not a ‘good-lawyer’. his lawyers in the past had represented politicians, businessmen and even high-ranking officials, as the court has observed.
the respondent had taken the decision to cancel the allotment of the petitioner-kailash nath without giving any reason. thus, the decision of the respondent could not be sustained on the ground that it was taken under the provisions of section 11 of the c.r. act, 1961. history of courts by kailash rai pdf 19
this decision has been challenged by the respondent-dda in the delhi high court, and the petitioner-kailash nath has approached the supreme court, delhi. the supreme court is expected to hear the matter in the weeks to come.
pursuant to saw pipes, the supreme court passed its decision in kailash nath associates v. dda [vi] (kailash nath). in this case, the petitioner-kailash nath was declared as a successful bidder by the respondent-dda in relation to an auction proceedings. in this connection, the petitioner had deposited 25% of the bid amount as earnest money. however, without putting the petitioner to notice that it has to deposit the balance 75% of the bid within a certain stipulated time, the respondent had cancelled the allotment of petitioner and forfeited the 25% earnest money.