I would like to to remind Mr Chatterjee that he is just an arrogant overfed over attended and an ordinary person who has no contiribution to society or literature or knolwege or ethics of any worth.
He should so be reminded he is just a bloody public servant appointed by us for a temporary period to serve the society
and take decisions for people who put him there.he should stop thinking that he is a lord and separate entity and reporting directly to heavens and still to her majesty the queen of england.That is the mental miondset of Most of them like arjun Singh or an IAS officer.These ifdiots have made mockery of demcoracy and indian constitution and are out enjoying luxuruous life and funb at cost of poor peple of this country.they should feel ashamed.That is what they have done to this country in last 50 years as it tqands to day.Shame Shame.
He has no right to criticise Judiciary being a simple public appointed servant and should mind his business in parliment session management only.He has been doing all these silly things this in past too.I think he has gained too much fat(cherbi). It needs to be taken out.CJI should put him behind bar for defamation of judiciary and making unwarranted remarks.Who the hell he is to decide?It is we people of India who will decide who has
what pwoers.Cosntitution is not above us it ia book written by us under our orders .We can also change this constitution which is merely a document written by some people whom we appointed for the job.He is a non entity and can leave parliament.It wil be good riddance.How long he will hang around?We dont need him.People like him are liability on society and public exchequer.He should now pass remaining life in Vanaparasthaashram and retire to some deep woods.Meanwhile he should come to parliament in cycle rickshaw that he deserves.It will help environemnt of delhi being clean a bit.
All these polticians including PM should understand that they are no more chamchas of British Queen appointed in India,they are simply public servants appointed by the supreme body of india even above constitution, which is merely a guide book-We the people of India.
Don't challenge us too much or they all will have bad time ahead.They should start behaving as modest public servants or
simply go to hell.We don't need them.Can Man Mohan resign please? We have seen his economic expertise and administration enough.We no more need him.
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Latest unhealthy developmentnow Lok Sabha Speaker, Somnath
Chatterjee stepped into the shoes of HRD Ministry and Centre in
dictating terms to the Judiciary. Delivering the K.N. Katju Memorial
Lecture on "Separation of Powers under the Constitution and Judicial
Activism", and, ironically, asked the judiciary to remind itself that
the latter's task does not include an amorphous supervision of the
government, right in the presence of the Chief Justice of Indiawho
was sharing dais with him. He further said that "nowadays there have
been umpteen number of cases where judiciary had intervened in the
matters entirely within the domain of the executive, including policy
decisions despite Constitution according pre-eminent position to the
The answers lie in Lok Sabha Speaker's questions alone. Simply
because, for quite some time by nowsince UPA Government came to
power, as the government at the Centre has been a miserable failure
in finding solutions to the various problems of the people, I
strongly feel and experience that the judiciary under duress, had to
intervene to come to the rescue of the people, as it is strongly
believed and conceived that this is the only organ of the country on
which people can bank upon, having lost confidence in the other two
organsExecutive and Legislature. I may mention here that there
might be a few corrupt judges, which is insignificant in number
compared to the rampant corruption in the executive as well as the
We fully endorse Chatterjee's contention that in a democracy
executive authority must be and is
accountable to the people. But
the biggest unanswered question is whether the executive authority is
doing its duty with conviction and belongingness? As is known to
everyone, it is not. As the executive authority has miserably failed
to contain the unabatedly deteriorating situation relating to various
problems faced by the people in various spheres of administration,
judiciary is forced to come into picture and not that they have ample
time to take into their fold more cases / issues at a time when there
are many cases languishing in the courts due to the inaction,
unhelpful attitude and corrupt practices of the various civic
authorities and the police forcewho are always with the rich,
powerful and the influential and are causing utmost injustice to the
innocent, poor and the downtrodden people in the country.
Chatterjee's questioning the accountability of the judiciary is
totally unwarranted and is unbecoming of
his stature and hitherto
nobody has posed such an unwarranted question.
Chatterjee's lament that judiciary has strayed into executive domain
intervening even in the matters likenursery admissions, supply of
drinking water and identifying buildings to be demolished, is totally
ridiculous and should be brushed aside totally, as he has to accuse
the governmentwith whom the latter is also associated one way or
the other, over this and certainly not the judiciary.
Government has made mockery of the nursery admissions and miserably
failed to check the various schools that are granting admissions as
per their whims and fancies to the richcollecting exhorbitant
fees without even allowing the common man's children in the
vicinities of the schools, not to talk of giving admissions.
Government has miserably failed in supplying drinkable and safe
drinking water to the people and in most of the areas of Delhi the
water supplied is so harmful that even animals cannot survive after
consuming such water.
Then coming to the demolition of the buildingsthe MCD and DDA have
become corrupt to the core, who collected hefty amounts of bribes
from the public and allowed unauthorized constructions to take place
in the most haphazard way totally defacing this heritage city and the
National Capital, throwing all the building norms to winds. What
action did the government, which constitutes executive and
legislature, take? It is, therefore, highly ridiculous that
Chatterjee, instead of taking a dig at the government, is accusing
the judiciaryusing the world "interfering" , in this matter. For
me, it looks like that there is something extraneous, other than
these issues on which he found fault with judiciary, at the back of
his mind. Perhaps he is upset over SC's decision against the OBC
quota. If that is so, that is also
government's mistake in relying on
1931 census for getting 27 per cent reservations to OBCs and failing
to supply the information required by the SC so also failing to do
the required home work.
Chatterjee's telling that "of late judiciary has become very active"
is very right to the extent that the government has miserably failed
on all the spheres of administration. It is worth mentioning here
that till the end of the NDA rule, more or less, it did not become
necessary to the Judiciary to intervene precisely because during its
regime, as far as we remembers, the problems have never reached to a
point of no return and this feature is noticed only in the rule of
the UPA Government.
It is high time that Mr. Chatterjee stopped thinking that he is the
Head of the whole country, is indispensable and is unquestionable and
appreciated the Judiciary for coming forward to render help to the
government as well as to
the people, instead of taking a dig at the
Judiciary, which would prove to be very unhealthy and totally
detrimental to the interests of the Nation and the people as well.
It is suggested that he should spend his words in a more useful
manner by advising the executive and the legislature to do their
duties properly to arrest inviting this kind of a situation.
Precisely, he should change his stance, tone and tenor forthwith.
The fact that government's failure alone gave rise to the
intervention of Judiciary, in various matters of the so called
executive and legislature, should not be forgotten.