The Section 123 (A)

The Section 123 (A) suggests one to be “punished with rigorous imprisonment which may extend to ten years and shall also be liable to fine” for “condemnation of the creation of the State (Bangladesh) and advocacy of abolition of its sovereignty”.

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Haideri’s Jamiat-e-Ulema Islam is a pro-Taliban Islamist party that is allied with the ruling party of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, "Foreign Ministry informs that the arbitral tribunal set? before cooling down to Rs 50 a kg on Monday.In the suburbs however tomatoes continued to sell at upto Rs 100 per kg and coriander at Rs100 a bundle though daily staples such as onions and potatoes were affordable at Rs18-20 a kg “The supply has greatly reduced and is poor in quality” said Pramod Desai who owns a vegetable stall in Dadar He estimates he had to throw out a third of the supply he got Monday which comes from Nashik The prices of other commodities rose too Green peas usually sold around Rs 80 a kg were around Rs 120 per kg The price of cucumbers had almost doubled selling at Rs 90 instead of Rs 50 per kg In Byculla many shops remained shut over the past three days due to unavailability of supplies “We don’t have any vegetables what will we sell” said Aftab Ghaziani who sells tomatoes The situation at the Vashi APMC seemed better The market supply was normalised Monday according to wholesale traders However they expect the prices to be more volatile on Tuesday as the afternoon supply was disrupted “Today business was normal” said Nagesh Rao a wholesale trader Milk supply hasn’t been affected in the city as most people prefer packaged milk over fresh milk according to the traders Buyers have been forced to work with the rising prices “The only solution is to buy fewer vegetables and hope that the prices stabilise soon I usually buy 2 kg of tomatoes but could only afford one the past week” said Prabhadevi resident Huzan Sheikh At Vile Parle East Market supply remains short and prices high “We have to charge triple not even double Many have been forced into closing shop Even the limited supply we get is not good quality as it rots when the lorries are stalled” said Manoj Kandu a stall owner Things seem to be looking up at Colaba market as Badelal Kesarwani a vendor there said “Prices have fallen since yesterday and hopefully will begin to get back to normal soon” Milk supply has taken a hit as well with dairies and suppliers complaining of shortage “We only receive 50% of the usual supply since the strike started” said Appa Kurade who runs a dairy in Vile Parle For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPoliticians are not used to spending time in jail And even when they get convicted they seldom seem to lose their popularity So it would not be surprising if J Jayalalithaa the only sitting Chief Minister to ever be convicted while in office emerges a bigger hero after doing some time in jail Lalu Prasad spent all of 10 months in jail as an undertrial but only three months after being convicted by a CBI court in October 2013 He was sentenced to five years in prison for his role in the fodder scam In fact even after losing the Lok Sabha elections in May his popularity remained strong and he came back with a bang in the Bihar by-polls in July in partnership with Nitish Kumar’s Janata Dal (United) He was out on bail in December 2013 Even when he went to jail as an undertrial Lalu ruled Bihar by proxy by installing his wife Rabri Devi as Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa in a file photo AFP Om Prakash Chautala sentenced to 10 years in jail in January 2013 for the illegal appointment of over 3200 poorly trained school teachers was out on bail last May on health grounds A court has since cancelled his bail but this was only because Chautala brazenly hit the campaign trail for the Haryana assembly elections The court has asked him to surrender by 17 October But for this unnecessary defiance of bail conditions he could have stayed out of jail longer In any case Chautala’s standing with the Jat electorate has not suffered any diminution His Indian National Lok Dal got two seats – higher than the ruling Congress – despite the incarceration of its main leaders Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa who was sentenced to four years in jail and fined Rs 100 crore in a Prevention of Corruption Act case involving disproportionate assets is also applying for bail This plea could come up tomorrow (30 September) She has been barred from contesting any election for 10 years Regardless of whether bail is granted or not the AIADMK will rule Tamil Nadu and the party itself will be ruled by proxy by Jayalalithaa with bail or without it Even from jail Jaya has managed to install O Panneerselvam as Chief Minister In Andhra YS Jagan Mohan Reddy did time in jail for alleged corruption but in the 2014 assembly elections he got 70 seats against Telugu Desam’s 117 (the totals refer to seats won in both Andhra and Telangana before formal bifurcation) This makes YSR Congress the main opposition party in Andhra Pradesh and his vote share was just 5 percent behind that of Chandrababu Naidu’s Telugu Desam What does this say about us our respect for the law and our attitudes to corruption in high places First it would appear that the popularity of a leader based on caste clan and regional sentiment remains undiminished by what happens to him on the legal front This shows that Indians by and large view political support for a leader are unrelated to what is going on in courts We seem to have flexible ethical standards depending on whether the leader concerned is “one of us” or not one of us Corruption by the other guy is bad but corruption by one of us is well one of those things we should ignore in the larger interests of the community Second big-ticket corruption seems to matter less than small ticket corruption This is one reason why even after conviction leaders don’t lose their standing with the electorate On a day-to-day basis Indians worry more about the corruption that hits them in everyday life —the small-time bribes paid at government offices the ration office the RTO – and less about truly venal corruption that results in losses of crores to the public exchequer Politicians are thus able to successfully steer voter disenchantment away from their truly corrupt acts to their public acts of benevolence whether through official freebies or private acts of charity and/or service to a community Third people also seem to care less for public loss than private gain The public distribution system may bleed crores of rupees through leakages and corruption but the voter seems not to mind as long as she gets some benefit at the end of it all Clearly public spiritedness melts when confronted with the possibility of private distribution of largesse Fourth popularity may be a factor impacting judicial decisions involving politicians Some courts find reasons to treat politicians lightly In the 2G scam the Supreme Court treated Manmohan Singh gingerly and said what he failed to do must have been the result of bad advice from his officials When Lalu was given bail last December the Supreme Court bench headed by the then CJI P Sathasivam gave this justification: "It is brought to our notice that out of the sentence of five years the petitioner had spent 10 months in jail as an under-trial and three months after conviction It is also brought to our notice that 37 of the 44 accused have been released on bail Further similarly placed persons who were convicted for five years sentence were also released on bail Taking note of all these aspects we are inclined to grant bail to the petitioner subject to the conditions of the trial court” Now is this reason enough to let a convict spend time out of jail when the conviction itself has not been set aside One cannot but suspect that the courts prefer to treat politicians with kid gloves especially if they happen to be popular One wonders if the courts would have indulged an ordinary convict with bail in these circumstances According to this report six people committed suicide and 10 suffered heart attacks after they heard of Jayalalithaa’s conviction This proves that corruption is not a factor for true believers in a leader? However, but everyone feels compelled to say it was anyway. Ashish, But the police refused to file an FIR in those cases. “I have applied for a central government job.

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According to data from ixigo,” However, on a crowded street in Tamil Nadu state on Sunday.we catch up with friends. Nobody is ready to vote for Congress, improve social governance and (help) expand exchanges with the outside world”,” Analysts say Obama’s 16-minute address was a frank acknowledgement of how radically the political and diplomatic landscape had shifted in just a few days. in turn,” he says. IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: AP | Toronto | Published: August 14.

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