Abhishek Manu Singhvi (for Info only, not official)

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Abhishek Manu Singhvi

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    ...I will, due to exigencies of space, limit mine to a few priorities. Firstly, you and your successor Chief Justices, down to the last known one presently on the bench, should sit down together at least once every two months to create and then monitor the implementation of one, two and five year plans for the entire judiciary, including your court. It is tragic that for the last 70 years such plans have not even been formulated with a minimum perspective of five years, subsuming sub plans for shorter periods. This is especially vital since most of you have roughly one year (or shorter) Chief Justiceships (with one exception reaching two years). ...

    TOI on Aug. 23, 2017, 2 a.m.

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    ...Secondly, hiding under cover of the special procedure reserved for passage of Money Bills, the government pushed the Bill by brute majority in the Lok Sabha ignoring the collective wisdom of the Rajya Sabha reflected in its several substantive amendments. Thirdly, the Bill introduces draconian provisions giving unfettered power to taxmen to search and seize without any real accountability. Fourthly, the Bill allows taxmen to clutch at much more than is required in name of tax compliance. Fifthly, in a dystopian manner, the Bill converges unconnected Appellate Tribunals on an imagined synergy between unconnected universes (eg airport regulatory appellate with telecom appellate). Sixthly, it introduces an overarching Section 179 which empowers the government to make rules for all terms of service, including appointment, salary and removal of members and chairpersons of Tribunals and Appellate Tribunals. ...

    TOI on April 4, 2017, 2 a.m.

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    ...Secondly, hiding under cover of the special procedure reserved for passage of Money Bills, the government pushed the Bill by brute majority in the Lok Sabha ignoring the collective wisdom of the Rajya Sabha reflected in its several substantive amendments. Thirdly, the Bill introduces draconian provisions giving unfettered power to taxmen to search and seize without any real accountability. Fourthly, the Bill allows taxmen to clutch at much more than is required in name of tax compliance. Fifthly, in a dystopian manner, the Bill converges unconnected Appellate Tribunals on an imagined synergy between unconnected universes (eg airport regulatory appellate with telecom appellate). Sixthly, it introduces an overarching Section 179 which empowers the government to make rules for all terms of service, including appointment, salary and removal of members and chairpersons of Tribunals and Appellate Tribunals. ...

    TOI on April 4, 2017, 2 a.m.