At the highest level we always speak that India is world’s largest democracy; India is the supreme promoter and campaigner of democracy but when we dig and dig and go to the grass root level we find that there exists some form of an authoritarianism which oppresses people and denies them their basic rights
India being a secular state, it has no official religion and citizens are given freedom to adopt any religion of their choice and practice the same because of this they are governed by various laws based on their personal religion law boards in the context of marriage, adoption, inheritance, succession, maintenance, divorce etc.
The policy includes the introduction of a new educational model of 5+3+3+4, replacing the previous model of 10+2, along with redefinition of schooling structure, alleviation of the rigid separation of the three streams in our schooling (science, commerce and arts), mass admittance of foreign universities, along with the promise of increased expenditure on education by 6% of Indian GDP.
Education is the only instrument that has been considered important tool in the transmission of values and for accumulation of knowledge of society. It is a key process that plays a significant role in moulding the ethics and culture of the society. It is an everlasting process that ends with death. Knowledge is a wealth that no can steal nor anyone can take away. It is only wealth that does not diminish when it is distributed but instead it increases. Thus broadly speaking, education refers to any act that has direct and indirect effect on the personality of an individual.
As the famous quotes goes, “With great power there must also come great responsibility” Therefore, due deliberation and serious caution is a must for higher judicial authorities ;while exercising the power of contempt, to assure that human rights are not unfairly trampled on.
Contempt of court is considered against a court of law and its representatives of defiance or contempt in the way of behavior that violates or threatens the jurisdiction, justice and integrity of the court. Contempt of the Court is a fundamental power delegated to the Indian Apex Court. It is considered to be an attempt of the courts to protect themselves from unwarranted criticisms.
A Government which does not depend on the people and which rules the country by autocracy and by means of force, detain people without trail, without having to go through the judicial process.
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Society must strongly condemn crime through punishment, but brutal deterrence is fiendish folly and is a kind of crime by punishment. It frightens, never refines; it wounds never heals“-Krishna Iyer
It is the constitutional obligation of the “State” to devise a procedure as well as the mechanism which would ensure the residuary Fundamental Rights of the prisoner. It is also the obligation of the Supreme Court to act as the guardian of the fundamental rights of the people behind the bars by issuing necessary directions to the state.
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