Thursday, July 06, 2006

Court reprimands Government of India for lying

The UPA Government is a Government of thieves like Lallu and Sonia. Remember the fodder scam of Lallu ? And the Bofors scam of Sonia, I'm sure everybody has heard of it.

It is also a Government of murderers. Lallu has killed hundreds of people in Bihar over his 15 year misrule that was recently ended by Nitish Kumar. And Sonia Nehru comes from a Dynasty with a rich history of conspiracy and murder -- Nehru conspired with the British and the Russians in 1947 to make Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose vanish, Indira Nehru had Lal Bahadur Shastri murdered secretly in Tashkent to get power and later had her police torture Jai Prakash Narayan to death to keep power during the Emergency of 1975-1977. And it would be naive to think that Sonia Nehru had nothing to do with the convenient deaths (in "accidents") of the two young and popular rivals Rajesh Pilot and Madhav Rao Scindia who were the main problems preventing her "glorious return" to lead the Congress out of "apathy" at the time when she was still out in the cold after Rajiv's death.

It is no surprise that a Government of thieves and murderers will have no problems lying. The Supreme Court however is still playing spoil-sport; it has reprimanded and censured the Government for lying in Court.

An anonymous Reader writes to me by email:

The Government of India lied in Court by making false assurances that anti-reservation agitators would not be victimized if they stopped striking and resumed work.

As soon as the strike was over, the Government of India announced that the agitators' would not receive their salaries. Then it fired the Director of AIIMS for having dared to protest Arjun Singh and Ambubani Ramadoss's casteist policies.

Those who swear allegiance to and carry out orders given by a Government that speaks bare-faced lies in Court making a mockery of India's motto (Satyameva Jayate: Truth Alone Triumphs) are traitors to the Nation and enemies of Justice.

India's police, para-military and armed forces should stop obeying orders of the Congress/UPA Government. So should every citizen of India. This Government is an Enemy of the People.

Telegraph India reports:
Salary stick lands on govt

New Delhi, July 5: The Supreme Court has pulled up the Centre for not releasing the salary of doctors who went on strike against reservations, pointing out that it had promised no action would be taken if they returned to work.

“What is this Mr Vahanvati? The government says something at one point in time and.? when the government came on May 29, you were on your knees. After the strike is over, you say no work no pay,” a bench headed by Justice Arijit Pasayat told the solicitor-general.

“Please ask your government to be a model employer.”

On the health and family welfare ministry refusing to release the salaries on the ground that no work meant no pay, the court asked: “Was this concept of (no work) no pay not known to the government (at the time of making the commitment)?’’

Additional solicitor-general Gopal Subramaniam had told the court no punitive action would be taken against the doctors if they called off the strike, the bench observed.

The court had recorded Subramaniam’s submission in its May 31 order, noting that the government “shall not take any punitive action for whatever has been done till the strikes etc are called off”.

Apart from this order, the doctors are also banking on a statement by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh that no action would be taken against them.

Subramaniam did not argue the case today and solicitor-general G.E. Vahanvati came instead. After he sought time to seek instructions from the government, the court posted the matter for hearing on July 17.

The court, however, directed that internship of medicos on strike for over 15 days should not be deemed to be extended so as to make them ineligible for admission to post-graduate courses.

The strike was on from May 14 to June 3.

Resident doctors at AIIMS and Maulana Azad Medical College had moved court on June 30 against the government, pointing out that it was not sparing them, though the court had directed it not to take punitive action if they called off their strike.


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