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  By  balvinder Posted at 28/10/2010  04:02:18  
  Though India is considered as one of the most corrupt countries, no one has ever tried to pinpoint the corrupt people and areas, leave aside any attempt to cleanse this stigma.
If the above stated generalised view is accepted there is no reason to disbelieve that our judiciary is also not above board. This perception gets vindicated by the fact that of late cases involving judicial persons in corruption have come to light.
In such circumstances at least one thing can be said with surety that our judicial system, if not fully corrupt, at least is not as independent as it is supposed to be and remains firmly caught in the clutches of the powers that be.
Thus it was more than obvious that the government of the day, led by the Congress, would have allowed the pronouncement of any judgement on Ayodhya that would have allowed the BJP to get any political mileage. More so, with CWGâs sword hanging precariously on its head with the whole world having an eye on India, the Congress could never perceive of any riotous situation that would have gone out of its control.
While every part of the seemingly Congress-favouring judgement on this apparently volatile issue is being discussed, threadbare, by the media, no one has raised one pertinent question.
Suppose the BJP had not demolished the Babri Masjid structure. Could then, in the presence of the structure, the court pronounce this very judgment that would have allowed its legal demolition, as the place has sought to be a temple?
  By  Balvinder Singh Posted at 01/10/2010  01:37:58  
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