27 August 2014

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Supreme Court not to disqualify ministers with criminal charges No Powers

Supreme Court not to disqualify ministers with criminal charges No Powers

In year 2004, ten years back a petitioner sought the removal of Lalu Prasad Yadav, Mohammed Taslimuddin, MAA Fatmi and Jai Prakash Yadav from the Congress-led UPA government at the time.
His plea was dismissed and later taken up for review by the country's five senior most judges.

After hearing the petitioner and the government that is politicians Supreme Court said that
No disqualification can be prescribed
"It is expected that the PM will not appoint persons against whom charges have been framed and he is facing trial. The PM and Chief Ministers should decide,"

The Centre had argued that removing ministers is against the Constitutional prerogative of Parliament and the will of the people, and that "once a person is an MP, he is entitled to be in the council of ministers, if the Prime Minister decides."

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's cabinet has 14 ministers with police cases against them.

Indian citizens are demanding, election commission is demanding make a law which will not allowed the persons against whom criminal charges are framed to contest elections.

But elected politicians will they do not?

Last 66 years India is waiting for this law but

Never expect that a thief will make a law which will send him to jail

Never expect from a king a law which will make him an ordinary citizen

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Wednesday, August 27, 2014

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