CBI chief says he is part of the Government. This 'part of the Government syndrome' if I call it rightly, is the main culprit behind all ills of Indian Polity. All MPs and MLAs in India think they are part of Government but technically it is not so. And People think Judiciary is part of the Government but technically not true. #ChecksandBalances in Indian Polity have got diluted because of this 'part of the Government syndrome'.
SC's caged parrot remark is correct: CBI chief Ranjit Sinha", dt 9.5.13. CBI chief Ranjit Sinha accepted the SC's observation that the country's premier investigating agency was a "caged parrot" that "speaks in its master's voice".
I think India is ruled from New Delhi as if it is an Absolutist regime. Several Organs of Indian democracy slowly but irrevocably turned into a single entity under the iron fist of New Delhi's ruling political party. So CBI need not be an exception.
Coalgate: Supreme Court's three options to CBI", dt. 8.5.13. Supreme Court went on to say that the CBI must know how to stand up against all pulls and pressures by government and its officials.Economic Times
We believe that Supreme Court is supreme. But it is not independent. In legal parlance Government and Judiciary are not independent entities but interdependently independent. That is why we in India get few Judgments from Supreme court of High courts that run against Governments. In this context it may be noted that SC and HC judges not only are appointed by the Center but also are 'promoted' after their retirement by the Government.
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