Modi wants to conquer India by hook or by crook. His governors are his co-conspirators. He has put the constitution on a slippery slope.
The test should be the terms on which the office of profit is accepted, not what it has to offer. The parliamentary secretaries clearly do not occupy offices of profit. These posts are neither offices nor do they yield profits.
Justice Deepak Mishra’s judgment on May 13, refusing to de-criminalise defamation in the Subramanian Swamy case, is a disaster that empowers the powerful to fight each other and to oppress the press and civil society.
The real impact of NEET, which has been unconstitutionally pushed down the throat of medical education, is that it is anti-poor, anti-minority, anti-federal and anti-constitution.
What the court ended up doing was restore president’s rule, effectively removing the chief minister, and asking the high court to send the order which it had not seen but blindly suspended.
We have just witnessed a week of shame for ‘Mother India’, when democracy was reduced to rubble and the rule of law was left gasping for breath.
President’s rule is evil. It is doubly evil when imposed randomly. The central government is starting on the path of creating instability in states, which is an abuse of the constitution.
Sushma is guilty, not just because she has opened a special, secret and informal “humanitarian” desk in the foreign office for special people but because she has abused her office and violated the law.
It is all well for Modi’s over-active bureaucracy to devise spurious solutions to stifle Delhi’s democracy, but the people must be informed of the sneaky and illegal way in which he is trying to obstruct the people’s mandate
Kejriwal is the Chief Minister of an elected government. The LG is a nominated head of government. Surely the will of the people should prevail on democratic grounds.