Friday, December 23, 2011
Bombay High Court questioned "Anna Hazare's Stir as interference with functioning of the Parliament ?"
"Wouldn't your stir interfere with the functioning of Parliament?" the two-judge division bench of Hon. Mr. justices PB Majmudar and Mr. Justice Mridula Bhatkar of Bombay High Court recently asked Team Anna in respect of his proposed stir in Mumbai.The Bombay High Court came down heavily on Anna Hazare and his team, who had sought permission to use the MMRDA grounds in Mumbai for his fast, saying that "the court cannot allow parallel canvassing when Parliament is seized with a debate on the Lokpal Bill. Public opinion can be created in the entire country, so why are they insisting on this place?" the judge asked. He also told Team Anna that they were expecting too much from the government.The judge also said people in Mumbai are very sensitive about noise pollution due to rallies. "What is Satyagraha to you may not be for others. There will be people who may not want your Satyagraha," the HC judge said.As per the media report of IBN Live India, Hazare has also made it clear that he will go to jail if he does not get a place to protest... " Can a person or the mass be allowed to coarse or pressurize our Government beyond the limits of laws in the name of satyagrah or in the nae of the Freedom of Expression, Movement and Demonstration as such ? " is now another question of laws and facts looking to the prevailing situation so developed
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