"Sorry state of affairs in Parliament; no clarity in laws; lawyers should come to public life to address this:" Chief Justice of India NV Ramana

"Earlier, laws used to be discussed and deliberated. (Now) we see the laws and there are lot of gaps and ambiguity in laws. There is no clarity in laws. We don't know what purpose the laws are meant for," the CJI said.
"Sorry state of affairs in Parliament; no clarity in laws; lawyers should come to  public life to address this:" Chief Justice of India NV Ramana
CJI NV Ramana, Parliament

Chief Justice of India (CJI) NV Ramana on Sunday lamented the falling standards in Parliamentary debates and the laws made by the legislature stating that there is lack of clarity in laws made by the law making body.

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