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- #573182Since this topic is being discussed in the forum, quite often, let me share one related information. Generally, a provision is made under rules regarding ' protection of action taken in good faith'. The Government employees entrusted with the responsibility of the administration of the concerned rule are protected against any suit, prosecution or other legal proceedings.
I am just sharing the information, not justifying the mistake committed by the traffic policemen. In case the traffic constable is on duty, then perhaps he/she always be able to spin a story to save his/her skin.
Let us encourage each other in sharing knowledge.
- #573213This situation is common in our corrupted environment. Some government employees won't do anything without taking bribes. But, they do some favors to some other government employees without taking any bribe. I lived in Hyderabad four years back. Even then, fine slips are sent to houses of car owners if any traffic rule is violated by their car. Also, the favors like the one mentioned above are done. This won't change until corruption dies which is 99.99% impossible in my opinion.
Let us continue learning.
- #573221Not only in Hyderabad, has the same kind of incidents occurred many places in our country; where the law makers first break the law. Yesterday I came through a CCTV footage video in Facebook where a MP crosses the toll gate without paying the toll-charge or showing his I-card; when the gate in-charge tried to catch him, the MP and his people beat the gate people seriously. It's really a kind of outrageous act for higher authorities in India.
I don't know what to say on this concert: The law is for us or we're for the law?
'Every bad situation will have something positive. Even a dead clock shows correct time twice a day.'