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The ordinance the Cabinet passed which created a huge drama is at par with the SC's judgement against Srinivasan, BCCI.

It said that Srinivasan can contest election but cannot execute his role till the time the he gets clean chit from the Court.. It is in the same manner, the Chargesheeted MPs can context election but cannot execute their power of Vote in the Parliament.

So, how the Ordinance is Wrong and nonsense??

Tags: money, bcci, srinivasan
Asked by Sharmila Bose, 28 Sep '13 01:52 pm
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Why mix up Srinivasan's case with the ordinance? The order against srinivasan is an interim stay on taking over the BCCI post, the final order will come after the charges against him are examined and final decree passed.
Why do u want chargesheeted politicians and convicted politicians to be our representative in parliament and assemblies. Cant we have a person who is NOT a CRIMINAL to represent us?
Answered by Shunmugham, 28 Sep '13 06:39 pm

 
  
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Election of Srinivasan to the BCCI and
electing members to Parliament and legislatures madam,
are two different issues.

I do not agree with the technicalities you are interpreting of the Supreme Court of India.
Answered by Ashok Rai, 28 Sep '13 01:59 pm

 
  
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And now after the barking statement of the Congress Vice-President it becomes more Draamebaaji.....than it was b4
Answered by Stupidcommonman, 28 Sep '13 01:57 pm

 
  
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Politics is non sense , its effects judiciary also
Answered by azam khan, 28 Sep '13 01:54 pm

 
  
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Ordinance after approval in both houses becomes law unless declared ultra-vires the constitution by court of law.
Answered by lalit mahata, 28 Sep '13 02:19 pm

 
  
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Not Darma, but melodrama
Answered by MAdhavan Avadhany, 28 Sep '13 02:09 pm

 
  
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