Vice President Dhankar hits back after US, UN, Germany comment on Delhi CM Kejriwal’s arrest


Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar emphasised India’s sturdy democracy and unbiased judiciary on the seventieth Founders’ Day of the Indian Institute of Public Administration.

Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar on Friday asserted that India is a democratic nation with a sturdy judicial system that may not be compromised by any particular person or any group. Describing Indian democracy as distinctive, the VP acknowledged that India doesn’t want classes from anybody on the rule of legislation.

Addressing the seventieth Founders’ Day celebrations of the Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA) in New Delhi, Dhankhar mentioned, “Equality before law is a ‘new norm’ in India today and the law is holding those accountable who thought themselves as beyond law.” “But what do we see? The moment law takes its course, they take to the streets, high decibel debates, camouflaging the culpability of the worst nature by human rights. This is happening under our nose,” he added.

Describing the Indian judicial system as sturdy, pro-people and unbiased, he questioned “What is justification for a person or an institution or an organisation to take to streets when law is set in motion?” Calling for deeper deliberations on this concern, Dhankhar requested, “Can people orchestrate in complaining mode, a pernicious tendency to get away from rule of law? How can one engaging in transgression of law play the victim card?” Suggesting that corruption is not rewarding, VP Dhankhar mentioned, “Corruption is not a passage to opportunity, employment or a contract anymore. It is a passage to jail. The system is securing it.” He additionally questioned the reasoning that the corrupt should not be handled as a result of it is a festive season or it is a farming season and requested “How can there be any season to save those who are culpable? Take the route to the rule of law, that is the only way!”

Praising the pro-people stand of the Indian judiciary, Dhankhar mentioned “it is that institution of the judiciary that has met at midnight, met on a holiday, imparted relief.” Questioning the tendency to focus on our establishments, the Vice President requested, “If a group of people without being registered or recognised party act as a political party, what do we do? They are not accountable, they get traction. We must rise above it.”

Noting that India’s rise just isn’t digestible in some quarters, VP asserted that “by its civilisation, economy, size of population, democratic working India has to be in the global room where decisions are taken.” Further advocating India’s case for the United Nations Security Council seat, he mentioned that the establishment the of the United Nations can’t be as protecting and efficient until you’ve got illustration of a rustic like India that has the distinctive place of being the one nation on this planet to have constitutionally structured democracy in any respect ranges.

Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by DNA workers and is revealed from ANI

Nilesh Desai
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