Harish Salve gives big statement, says, "Un elected people think they can impose will on govt"

On Friday, famous jurist Harish Salve said that many people who are not elected representatives feel that they can impose their will on the government through the courts. He said that a decision and even a judge can be criticized. However, it is wrong to hold the objectives responsible. Senior counsel also said that privacy violation is a serious issue and personal data is a valuable asset. But, Indians are not serious about it.

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In his statement, Salve said during a webinar that, saying that a decision is to favor a political party or a judge acted in favor of a political party is wrong. You can criticize a decision by saying that the judge has taken a conservative line. Salve said that some people have a habit of reaching the Supreme Court for relief. When they do not get relief from the Supreme Court, they say that the judges are not doing this because of this.

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Salve said that some people are breaking the boundaries by saying that the Supreme Court is entitled to 'F' grade to handle the case of migrants. I keep reading these articles. it is wrong. Many people who are not elected feel that they can impose their will on the government through the courts. One can criticize the court by saying that (in case of migrants) the court should have intervened or not. But, to say that the court is scared of the government is wrong.

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