The question of the judges is also worth considering whether a journalist can make such a comment, but should a party-spokesperson make such a provocative comment? Our political leaders and their spokespersons make very authoritarian remarks especially on TV channels.
The remarks made by two Indian Supreme Court judges in Nupur Sharma’s case have been hotly debated in the country. Many people are expressing their displeasure over his comment. They ask that someone in Udaipur should ask the judges who blamed Nupur for Kanhaiyalal’s murder if these honorable judges can be held responsible if Nupur or someone else is killed due to anti-Nupur remarks.
It is known that judges’ comments do not form part of their decision, so they have no legal significance. They too can be ignored as marketable gossip and these judges do not see the need to withdraw their comments in the petition. He made the same harsh remarks in response to the lawyer’s statement as Nupur made in response to the lawyer’s statement, which has led to many misunderstandings.
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The question of these judges is also worth noting that a journalist can make such a comment, but should a party-spokesman make such a provocative comment? Our political leaders and their spokespersons make very authoritarian remarks especially on TV channels. Opponents do not accept them without giving them the right answer. That’s what TV owners want. Their viewership will increase if the tu-tu me-me goes loud, but they forget how much damage it can do to the country. TV channels also need to be controlled to prevent such discussions. It is better that whatever is discussed on such controversial issues be released after recording and editing in advance. Otherwise, what happened in Udaipur and Amravati could happen on a large scale. What greater misfortune could there be for an independent India.
Chief Justice of India NV Ram expressed his heartache while addressing the Indian Diaspora in the US yesterday. He said both the ruling and opposition leaders wanted the judiciary to lean towards him but his religion could only be protected by its impartiality. It is very sad that the leaders of our major political parties have not stopped baking their own bread. Do they have the slightest idea that this secular India could be the site of a crusade because of their actions?
-Doctor. Veda Pratap Vedic