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Laws are never respected not enforced in india - Pl. comment

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Asked by AREY NARASIMHAM, 01 Nov '07 01:08 am
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You know the phrase Laws are meant to be broken? When the top people themselves dont have respect for the law, what can one expect from the general public? First stop all these bribery things, and start people respecting cleanliness of their own wards, and than changes will come.
Answered by Wolverine Logan, 01 Nov '07 01:27 am

 
  
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AREY NARASIMHAM, wat is there to comment abt this statement of urs...u r true...absolutely.:)
Answered by sumita ganguly, 01 Nov '07 01:20 am

 
  
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All law and no order :(
Answered by Vijay Kumar, 01 Nov '07 01:15 am

 
  
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LAWS ARE TO BE OBEYED.LAWS ARE TO BE FOLLOWED. IT SHOULD BE A VOLUNTARY ACTION. A CIVILISED SOCIETY IS ONE WHICH FOLLOWS THE CODE OF CONDUCT OF THE SOCIETY>MANU NETHI WAS ONE SUCH OF CODE OF CONDUCT. THIS IS MEANT FOR PROPER ADMINISTRATION OF THE SOCIETY IN WHICH ALL PEOPLE FORM A PART.IF IT IS PROPERLY FOLLOWED THERE WILL BE PEACE AND HAPPINESS.IN THAT SITUATION ONE WILL HAVE RESPECT FOR THE CODE OF CONDUCT ( LAWS)/THERE IS NO NEED TO ENFORCE IT.
Answered by radhakrishnan, 01 Nov '07 06:36 am

 
  
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law is totally rubbish in india.criminals never afraid but innocent afraid of it...
Answered by nilesh mahesh, 01 Nov '07 01:16 am

 
  
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First off people don't trust the Indian police. That distrust spawns from the fact that it was a colonially established department & the same ppl who presided over the Indian police in British India took over as the police forces of independent India. I wouldn't think the public would have a good amount of respect or trust for a colonial organization. That puts the Indian police at a very acute disadvantage.

And second, our policing resources are VERY scarce.

And third, if #1 and #2 weren't enough, we just keep adding more & more burdens by including a plethora of pretty stupid laws & bans.

The prob w/ India is, the police are busy looking for old people drinking arrack in the street corner, or arresting party goers in raves- rather than tracing down rapists or dealing w/ goondas. Police wings like the PEO / PEW are a complete waste of the taxpayer's money.

We REALLY need to overhaul A LOT of our laws and make away w/ most of our rambling prohibitions. Especially t ...more
Answered by A Moin, 01 Nov '07 07:05 am

 
  
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laws are only for the common man who does not have any contacts.
Answered by Ganesh Manjaguni, 01 Nov '07 04:09 am

 
  
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Laws ar emeant to be broken but in India the laws are never enforced in the first place. Corruption and convusing between te crimincal and the law makers and gaurdians is rampant. The politicial esctablishment is no different. All this has led to a mockery of the LAW.
Answered by Saj Sierra, 09 Nov '07 03:18 am

 
  
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