English_Master March 9, 2016 No Comments
RIGHT TO REJECT/RECALL INDIA In India, it was the late Jayaprakash Narayan, who had first given a call for the right to recall the elected representatives on 4th November, 1974, during his Sampoorna Kranti (Total Revolution) Movement against the Congress Government headed by Indira Gandhi at the Centre followed by the Janata Government in 1977, and again during the National Front Government in 1989. The right to recall, the elected representative has remained national. The process of formulation any legislation on the subject has been derailed by the political parties. It is well established fact that political leaders are reluctant to enact any legislation, which depicts that they are hesitant to maturing into participatory democracy. In State of Madhya Pradesh and Mrs. V Shri Ram Singh, Hon’ble Supreme Court observed that, “Corruption is like cancer in a civilized society, which if not detected in time, is sure to malignise the polity of the country leading to disastrous consequences. It is termed as a plague, which is not only contagious but if not controlled spreads like a fire in a jungle. Its virus is compared with HIV leading to AIDS, being incurable. It has also been termed as royal thievery. The socio-political system exposed to such a dreaded communicable disease...
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