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Industrial accidents is not uncommon in India like Bhopal gas tragedy, Uphaar cinema case etc. How efective is our judiciary by courts or govt established commision in punishing the culprits? Is the system able to control the rich and strong industrial lobbying system of industrialists?

Asked by ahmad x, 03 Dec '09 12:19 am
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People have no time to review the judicial system of our country....if we can have better infrastructure why not to review age old practice of judicial system. It is high time to done away with present character of judicial set up.
Answered by kumar anand, 03 Dec '09 12:26 am

 
  
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Justice is costly , justice is delay , justice is injustice ,this is satan\'s playground ...when killers of humanity are elected ,selected and honoured , what justice r u referring to ?
Answered by commonsense, 03 Dec '09 01:23 am

 
  
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See, all these cases, They will dismiss some safety engineers and order an enquiry commission,As ususal That commission will give its report after some decades. Only Media will hype this for a while and increase its circulation.One fine morning, all will forhet and When they get any news of the same type. All will wake up. Then the story again starts.
Answered by hitler, 03 Dec '09 12:22 am

 
  
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The problem is not with our judiciary. The problem lies with the executive. For example the court has given verdict on Bhopal gas tragedy. But many of the recommendations of the court are yet to be implemented and government is still dragging their feet in this matter. Recently we saw the killer of Jessica Lal got parole on the strength of a recommendation based on falsehood. We all know that the culprits father was instrumental in buying MLAs in Haryana and that ensured Congress to come to power in the state. So he must have demanded such little favor from Congress and that had to be agreed to. But because of the strong media, things went sour and the killer had to return to jail. But I see a silver lining in all these. In good old days, actions against such powerful people were unthinkable. Things have changed for the betterment. As of now an ex-chief minister is in judicial custody in Ranchi. I think that it is the first time in India that a Chief minister has been arrested and has ...more
Answered by Sankar Mitra, 04 Dec '09 07:53 pm

 
  
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No way neer to it,,, have u ever seen a politician getting punished
Answered by dhanendra kumar jain, 03 Dec '09 07:46 am

 
  
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While bhopal gas victims were not paid adequetely.......the company got through........in uphaar case also the ansals got away and the manager was declared guilty.....only yesterday the high court has said that the ansals cant escape the responsibility of the tragedy.......they were d owners of uphaar..........but y then the lower court left them unpunished
Answered by gaurav shokeen, 03 Dec '09 01:31 am

 
  
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