Rule of Law and 6th December 1992

Rule of Law is to dispense justice in court not on road:

In 1950 a suit was filed in court claiming certain right over a property. How long the courts should take to dispense Justice?

What delay should be acceptable if dispute relates to an ‘alleged‘ birthplace of Lord Ram?

Ram is to the majority of population of India what Christ is to Christians or Mohammad to Muslims. Diwali, the main Hindu Festival is celebrated to commemorate the return of Lord Ram to Ayodhya after epic battle with Ravan.

So how long it takes to decide a civil suit?

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Treachery if a national character of India

History of Treachery in India

Teachery

Tryst with treachery in India is rather ancient. However at first, I will refer to two namely Jaichand and Mir Jafar. Have you ever met any person in India with identical name? No and never. Their treacherous conduct is too well known. However one name is not so notorious. He is Gulab Singh. People do name Gulab but reason is that his treachery is not too well known.

Jaichand is also spelled as Jai Chandra and has a wiki page devoted to him here. According to this page the betrayal of Jaichand is fictional. As if history is not fictional. As per another wiki page, Jaichand was king of Kannouj and there was no Prithviraj Chouhan.

As regards Mir Jafar, it is too recent to falsify. He is a character which is also part of French History. Mir Jafar, was the commander in the army of Nawab of Bengal Siraj-Ud-Daulah. He betrayed Siraj ud-Daulah to become the next Nawab. Thus after helping the British defeat Siraj ud-Daulah he became the new Nawab of Bengal in 1757 with military support from the British East India Company as a reward for his betrayal. Wiki page on Mir Jafar affirms this. Continue reading