Do not cross the line, Manmohan tells judiciary

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  1. Ray

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    Only one arm of democracy that seems to work properly is reminded by other rotten arms that look boss your honestly and sincere work is creating a problem for us . you need to either change your way of working or lay low. we cannot afford a sincere and honest worker and whats amazing is that this message is coming from none other than the Honest man MMS .
     
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    I won't blame MMS.

    He is a helpless pawn!

    a cat's Paw!
     
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    In the name of Judicial activism the judiciary cannot aggrandize its constitutionally stipulated role and power,which was not to interpret laws,rather to apply them and require them to be enforced.Constitutionally speaking only the legislature or parliament,which makes the law has the authority to interpret them,as a matter of fact when law making bodies make laws its incumbent upon them to interpret the scope and sense of the law,so as render unnecessary for any other organ to interpret their meaning.While the Judiciary can attempt interpretation in cases where the application of law can be vague or not clealry defined,but even in such cases its only proper that the Judiciary too has to go back to the law making bodies to seek clarification on the scope of laws, wherever and whenever they give rise to ambiguity.
     
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    Judiciary interprets laws made by the legislature and judges if the laws are being enforced by the executive in spirit and letter.

    The rambling doddering mumbler, old Somnath, has his own take!
     

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