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Post by Ajitabha » Tue Sep 06, 2011 2:13 pm

Section 302 of IPC read as : "Whoever commits murder shall be punished with death, or 1[imprisonment for life] and shall also be liable to fine." .. Despite this, there is commission of aforesaid offense evidenced by numerous cases in Courts... so how you think that mere introduction of rtr asa a panacea would reduce the corruption to 0%, or even 30% to 40%... don't u think that it would end up with instability in the administration... let us say for an example, A, an accused facing trial u/s 302, during the pendency of the trial A apprehends that he will be convicted at end, but he has right to recall option in hand, the said right has been supplemented with Hugh public support in his case, eventually he exercised his right to recall against the adjudicating District Court Judge or High Court, or Supreme Court Judge, whichever the case may be, Now at the very instant the position of the adjudicating judge is inasmuch to an accused... What is the solution for this problem ... !

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Post by kmoksha » Wed Sep 07, 2011 10:10 am


The flaws you mentioned do not apply to our proposed procedures. Please read the procedures and comment quoting the draft and clauses. These are positive recall procedures, which will lead to increase in stability.
Please see the RTR-Chief justice of India in chapter 7 of www.righttorecall.info/301.pdf

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