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Sunday, July 17, 2011

S.C.'s SIT ON BLACKMONEY CASE: Govt contradicts its stand on SITs!

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Though the UPA government has questioned the Supreme Court’s order setting up of a Special Investigating Team to probe the black money issue, its challenge seemed to be contrary to its earlier stand strongly supporting the formation of SITs for probing the Gujarat riot and Sohrabuddin encounter cases.
Constitution of the SITs on the orders of the court for probing the high-profile cases was also not new, as it had happened in several complex crimes with political overtones like the Rajiv Gandhi assassination and the JMM MPs bribery case.
When the Supreme Court heard long arguments on the PILs by the National Human Rights Commission and the NGO Citizen for Justice and Peace demanding constitution of an SIT to investigate the Gujarat riots, different law officers of the Centre, including the late Attorney-General Milon Banerjee and former Solicitor-General Gopal Subramaniam, had strongly supported their petitions.
Similar supportive stand was taken by Mr Subramaniam — who incidentally had resigned recently in the backdrop of “adverse” orders in the black money and the 2G scam cases argued by him — for an SIT probe into the Sohrabuddin fake encounter in Gujarat.

01) Successive Indian Governments have failed to curb corruption and blackmoney!

02) It only acted on investigations on corruption allegations only when is was directed to do so!!

03) And on black money, it hardly has done anything despite directive of the Supreme Court and several reprimands!!!

04) It has no right to contest the Supreme Court's decision on constituting an S.I.T. to probe the blackmoney stashed away abroad as well as concealed in Indian Economic System!!!!

05) With its filibustering, it only is wasting the public money and the Honourable Courts's time!!!!!

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