The Delhi Bar Association Issues A Fatwa: Opposes CrPC Amendments

Read this hilarious and  shameful fatwa.

The bar association is protesting the amendments to the CrPC.

You can read about that here as well as the real reasons for these protests:

CrPC Sec 41 Amendment Is The Law: Hopefully No More 498A Arrests

Here are the highlights of this fatwa that demonstrates the depths one can fall to. The main reason for the bar association to oppose the CrPC amendments is that it will lead to  a drastic drop in revenue  in the business of bails, especially those related to 498A bails.

Delhi Bar Association Fatwa - Excerpts

Here is the pdf  of the original FATWA:

Delhi Bar Association Fatwa – Feb 09

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2 Responses to “The Delhi Bar Association Issues A Fatwa: Opposes CrPC Amendments”


  1. 1 Sunil March 21, 2009 at 6:04 am

    These “hooligans in black” are a disgrace to their professions and indeed to the whole country.

    Dont they understand the whole world is watching their shameless behavior? These bloodsucking leeches – their game of profiteering on the back of the misery caused to innocent, helpless citizens by the corrupt system, stand exposed in all their nakedness.

    It is time they mend their ways and stop opposing sensible and civilized legislation like crpc amendments.

    Otherwise, they will live in infamy for generations to come!

    Like

  2. 2 john American April 5, 2009 at 4:54 pm

    ALL THESE BLACK SHEEP PUT INTO JAIL THEN SHOULD ASK WHAT YOU THINK ABOUT THE AMENDMENT ?

    These “hooligans in black” are a disgrace to their professions and indeed to the whole country.

    Dont they understand the whole world is watching their shameless behavior? These bloodsucking leeches – their game of profiteering on the back of the misery caused to innocent, helpless citizens by the corrupt system, stand exposed in all their nakedness.

    It is time they mend their ways and stop opposing sensible and civilized legislation like crpc amendments.

    Otherwise, they will live in infamy for generations to come!

    Like


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