Government Sanctions As A Shield For Dishonest Officials

Usa Government Sanctions Shield Officials

Government Sanctions As A Shield For Corrupt Off


In India All people are equal in front of the Constitution of India, but in the case of prosecution sanctions by Indian government would suggest that some people  who are in any government related services organization or political parties have more right than others. in the constitution of India under the Section 19 the Prevention of Corruption Act, in this section courts can not take cognizance of offences allegedly committed under the Prevention of Corruption Act, by a public servant without prior sanction of the government. And in the Section of 197 of the Code of Criminal Procedure laws in the constitution down the general requirement of prior sanction while prosecuting public servants. this provisions were protect to ensure that public servants are not harassed and their work not stymied by vexatious and frivolous complaints. so in practice this laws make public servants careless and dishonest, because of these protective measures increase dishonest careless work among the government servants, they know very well that Section 19 functioned as a shield against prosecution, so this encouraging dishonest bureaucrats and ministers to flout the law with impunity. Discuss the pros and cons of it. Suggest what needs to be done, quote the law with impunity. Discuss the pros and cons of the Section 19 the Prevention of Corruption Act, we should give some suggestions, what needs to be done to stop dishonest official, quote the Supreme Court’s observations upon it so new action taken on the Section 19 the Prevention of Corruption Act, so a fear should be created in the dishonest official. this shows in the conclusion that the idea of the Section 19 the Prevention of Corruption Act law must differ. this law for public servants and private citizens is an anachronism, one that has no basis in principle and has no defence in practice.