Friday, September 06, 2013

Is India likely to change the Good Governance and principles of civil society at the world stage if elevated higher?

The International Olympics Committee (the IOC) has rejected the Indian Olympics Association (the IOA) proposal to allow people 'convicted for more than 2 years' to allow to be the president of the IOA , and therefore be nominated for the IOC. The IOC has rejected this proposal.
    Isn't the proposal same as what the political parties in India had argued in the Supreme Court regarding permissions to the 'convicted criminals for more than two years' to contest elections. Interestingly the political parties have won there argument in the Supreme Court of India. Their main argument which the SC upheld , was that a blanket ban on the incarcerated people will result into abuse by the political parties to eliminate out their rivals through falsely fabricated cases!
     The second contention of the political parties is to ask of the Supreme Court to allow people to contest elections even from the prison.
    Various interested rights organisations have contested that the first verdict of the Supreme Court about allowing allowing people who have been incarcerated less than 2 years, is no less dangerous in changing the face of bureaucracy, the civil administration, and businesses in India. Instead of overhauling the justice system in India, the court has allowed the defects of the Judicial systems to become an excuse to open the doors of the convicted (and thereof the genuinely anti-social and criminal mentality people ) to formally enter the Polity. They can thereafter change the Justice against them by influencing the investigations and by affecting the legislation process. The Judicial system are already premised on the 'presumption of innocence' as the chief tenets. To bring to justice a 'suspect' criminal is already a difficult task in India. Further, considering the scientific skill of the police investigators, which mostly is about extracting the confession statement through brute force, the influences a law court judge can undergo, and all that, the Indian Judicial process is already too heavily in favor of the criminals as against the victim plaintiffs. Hence, this verdict is likely to bear very dangerous consequences on the politics, civil administration and the face of trade, business and industries in India. We have first broken the Judicial process and then used that as an excuse to break the legislations and civil administration too.
   We a a future Somalia or a future Nigeria to be.