21 October 2013

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SC Verdict Effect Congress MP Rashid Masood disqualified from Rajya Sabha

SC Verdict Effect Congress MP Rashid Masood disqualified from Rajya Sabha

Supreme Court of India which is not controlled by politicians gave a Historic order disqualifying corrupt and convicted politicians

After that all political parties came together and decided to amend the constitution and save the corrupt politicians

But opposition party did not agree and Congress brought Ordinance to protect criminals but our President of India did not sign that ordinance which protected the criminals and later on Congress withdrew the ordinance

But as elections are near they did not dare to pass a law which would have saved corrupt and convicted politicians.

Congress MP Rashid Masood was sentenced to four years in jail by a Delhi court in a corruption case.

Masood, Minister of Health in the VP Singh government between 1990 and 1991, was held guilty of fraudulently nominating undeserving candidates to MBBS seats allotted to Tripura in medical colleges across the country from the central pool.

As a result of that and order of Supreme Court of India now Congress MP Rashid Masood was on Monday disqualified from the Rajya Sabha after he was convicted in a corruption case recently.

He has become the first Member of Parliament to lose his seat after a July 10 Supreme Court judgment had removed the immunity for convicted lawmakers.

RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav is also facing disqualification as MP from the Lok Sabha after a Ranchi court convicted him in the 1996 fodder scam case.

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Renu October 22, 2013  

good news..but if they follow this rule, 80% of our elected members will have to go..