MP DGP Shukla raises questions on Judiciary, says Judges interpreting laws

Bhopal, July 29:  Raising questions on Judiciary , Madhya Pradesh Director General of Police Rishi Kumar Shukla has made a controversial statement, saying  that Judges are interpreting laws as per their own desire .

Speaking at an event on the issue of SC/ST , Rishi Kumar Shukla said, “Judges have started interpreting laws according to their desire. We were taught that the law is blind  and Judge should conduct in a fair manner but nowadays,their biases  and prejudices are sharply reflected in the legal procedure today. These are challenging times,” Rishi Kumar Shukla said.

“Now people think that Policemen are ignoring laws but that is not the case . I think , we have to work according to police manuals  and to prevent communal violence  and  maintain peace,”Shukla added.

 

Referring to mob lynching Shukla then equated the money laundering case with communal violence cases , saying,” Social media has given us many challenges as one community has been termed as accused against the another community which is totally wrong  and in these type of cases , Judiciary has refused to grant bail

“आज के समय में सोशल मीडिया ने चुनौतियां बढ़ा दी हैं. हाल ही में एक वर्ग ने दूसरे वर्ग विशेष के व्यक्ति को इस मामले में आरोपी बना दिया. जो कि गलत है और अदालत ने भी उसे जमानत देने से मना कर दिया”. वहीं मनी लॉंड्रिंग मामले पर बात करते हुए डीजीपी शुक्ला ने कहा कि “42 करोड़ के मनी लॉंड्रिंग मामले में जिला अदालत ने बर्खास्त आईएएस अरविंद जोशी की अर्जी खारिज कर उन्हें न्यायिक अभिरक्षा में भेज दिया है.”

“While a former IAS couple, Arvind Joshi and Tinoo Joshi, has been sent to prison in a money laundering case ,”

 

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