Special Courts can only be Offence Centric, not Offender Centric: Madras HC disputes constitutionality of Special MP/MLA Courts in Supreme Court

Amicus Curiae Vijay Hansaria, appointed to assist the top Court in the PIL concerning the decriminalisation of politics, has expressed disagreement with the High Court's stance.
Special Courts can only be Offence Centric, not Offender Centric: Madras HC disputes constitutionality of Special MP/MLA Courts in Supreme Court
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The Criminal Rules Committee of the Madras High Court has expressed doubts over the validity of constituting Special Courts to try cases involving sitting and former MPs/MLAs on the Supreme Court's direction, as recorded in the 12th report of Supreme Court-appointed Amicus Curiae Vijay Hansaria.

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