About two-thirds of our laws have not been used in independent India...why don't V just scrap them and make the judicial process simple?
Under the Indian Serais Act, 1887, it is a punishable offence for "inn-keepers" not to offer free drinking water to passers-by. Recently, a Delhi five-star hotel was taken to court by the municipal corporation on the grounds that the hotel was not doing so. The real reason may have been that the hotel did not pay up the bribe demanded by a municipal inspector.
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