Rahul Gandhi slammed the government for destroying democracy and claimed that they are was unwilling to hold any debate and discussion on issues such as price rise, inflation, job creation among others.
“We’re witnessing the death of democracy…anybody who stands against this idea of onset of dictatorship is viciously attacked, jailed, arrested and beaten up,” said Rahul Gandhi.
The genesis of its crisis shows why the country needs both more liberal economic policies and greater democracy. Its case servers us a sharp reminder of what works best for people
Chief Justice of India NV Ramana said in Ranchi, “In fact, looking at recent trends, it is best for the media to self-regulate and measure their words. You should not overstep and invite interference, either from the government or from the courts.”
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The Governor also alleged that the Mamata-led government has turned the bureaucrats into puppets of the ruling party.
While inaugurating an amenities block of the Maharashtra National Law University in Nagpur, the road transport and highways minister hailed the four pillars of democracy – legislative, executive, judiciary and media.
After his win, Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) President Simranjit Singh Mann said, “It’s a win of our party workers and of the teachings that Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale has given.”
Claims on mosques in the name of historical injustice and the Indian majority?s will violate basic Constitutional freedoms. It?s for the judiciary to draw a line and uphold those values