Thursday, June 7, 2012

జగన్ ది ఎవరెస్టంత అవినీతి


Courtesy: Eenadu

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  1. VAST DISCRIMINATION BETWEEN A COMMON CRIMINAL AND A WHITE COLLARED POLITICAL CRIMINAL IS GLARINGLY SEEN.IF A COMMON CRIMINAL DOES ANY CRIME, THE POLICE IMMEDIATELY ARREST AND APPLY THE THIRD DEGREE METHOD IN INTERROGATION WHEN THAT PERSON DOES NOT DISCLOSE THE FACTS/CO-OPERATE THE CBI AUTHORITIES, WHERE AS IN Y.S.JAGAN'S CASE THE CBI/POLICE & JUDICIARY ARE TREATING THIS CRIMINAL AS VIP MP (WHETHER MP OR EX MP)INSPITE OF REPEATED INTERROGATIONS BY CBI. I DON'T UNDERSTAND WHY THE THIRD DEGREE METHOD SHOULD NOT BE IMPLEMENTED ? (EVEN THE COURT SAYS IT IS AGAINST THE FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS)IF IT IS SO THEN THE POLICE SHOULD NOT USE THE 3RD DEGREE ON A COMMON CRIMINAL AS PER THE WORDS OF THE COURT. IF SUCH IS THE CASE EVERY CRIMINAL CAN VERY EASILY TAKE THE SHELTER OF THE FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS. NOBODY IS GREAT BEFORE LAW.CRIME IS A CRIME ONLY IRRESPECTIVE OF THE SIZE OF THE OFFENCE/ HIS POWER/SOCIAL STATUS AND ALL THE CRIMINALS MUST BE TREATED EQUALLY.

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    1. Varadaraj AcharyaJune 16, 2012 at 12:25 PM

      I agree with you that all accused, irrespective of their social standing should be treated equally. However, I totally disagree that 'third-degree' methods should be used in investigating any alleged crime. This is a barbaric practice condemned in all civilized countries. Our jurisprudence rests on a cardinal principle viz. an accused will be treated as innocent till proved otherwise. Even an accused has certain rights which are protected by the Constitution. It is the job of the investigating agency - the police, CBI etc. - to use modern methods of investigation to gather evidence against the accused and physical torture cannot be allowed as a means to gather that evidence.

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