"Should judiciary run the country or elected government?" Law Minister Kiren Rijiju

"Now if judiciary starts framing the rules, if they start deciding where the road is to be built, if judiciary gets into the services rules, what is government for," he asked.
Kiren Rijiju (Arbitrator's Handbook)
Kiren Rijiju (Arbitrator's Handbook)

The Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju, on Friday, said that the judiciary should not overstep its boundaries by entering into executive domain but should leave the task of running the country to the elected representatives.

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