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Poll Created Mon 22 Apr 2019 8:32AM

Endorse the statement by The Women in Criminal Law Association (WCLA) Closed Sun 28 Apr 2019 9:02AM

Results

Results Option % of points Voters
Agree 100.0% 4 PP MJS B A
Abstain 0.0% 0  
Disagree 0.0% 0  
Block 0.0% 0  
Undecided 0% 155 AS MK SK NV BC FGP AR AK AG AKS RD J KAK SK S MKT NAJ PS AA SA

4 of 159 people have voted (2%)

A

Akshay
Disagree
Mon 22 Apr 2019 8:51AM

Agree with almost the entire statement except "It is our opinion that, due to the immense disparity in power and position, the Hon’ble Chief Justice of India cannot continue to hold office during the inquiry."

I do not think allegation/accusation is the stage at which someone must be forced to stop their profession. Whether they voluntarily choose to not continue till they are cleared is a different matter.

MJS

michael john sinclair.
Agree
Mon 22 Apr 2019 9:31AM

empowerment of women is very important for equality, so all pirates can do for this is a good cause and has reason.

A

Akshay
Agree
Tue 23 Apr 2019 7:26AM

I'd initially disagreed because it doesn't make sense to prevent someone from working just because they've been accused. But CJI has misused his position to thwart the accusation thereby implicating himself.

B

Bady
Agree
Thu 25 Apr 2019 2:43PM

whether the accusation is true or not, the way it was handled in the court is unacceptable.

PP

Pirate Praveen Mon 22 Apr 2019 3:55PM

@akshay do you think CJI's actions were proper? Do you think he did not misuse his position? Your argument has merit if he had let proper procedure happen. The situation is different when he himself threw away all procedure including not allowing mentioning.

A

Akshay Mon 22 Apr 2019 4:41PM

That's true. CJI should have just let other senior judges take over for his own case. His lack of restraint implicates him. I'm changing my vote.

PP

Pirate Praveen Tue 23 Apr 2019 3:04AM

Your vote is still shown as Disagree.

TMB

Tanzeem Mohammad Basheer Mon 29 Apr 2019 10:00AM

Agree