Prakash Singh judgment only a mantra recited periodically, no seriousness in implementing its directions: Supreme Court in Param Bir Singh order

It appears that none want to give up the control of police transfers or implement measures that would insulate the police machinery from performing its role, the Court noted in its order.
Prakash Singh judgment only a mantra recited periodically, no seriousness in implementing its directions: Supreme Court in Param Bir Singh order
Justices Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Subhash Reddy

The Supreme Court on Wednesday stated that the landmark judgment of Prakash Singh v. Union of India (2006), which dealt with police reforms, is used periodically only as a mantra, to suit the occasion whenever it arises.

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