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Is Mr.Srinivasan not ashamed to stick to BCCI even after this nauseating comments from the highest judicial body of the nation? What kind of a man is he? Oh God save our cricket and unsuspecting cricket lovers.

from:  ashfaq
Posted on: Mar 27, 2014 at 10:12 IST

Supreme court should have directly given its verdict ordering Srinivasan to step down.

from:  Mani Singh
Posted on: Mar 27, 2014 at 10:08 IST

Judicial activism is verygood for nation.

from:  m krishna
Posted on: Mar 27, 2014 at 05:29 IST

Its not the duty of Supreme Court to give this type of direction
instead of adjudication and interpretation but duty of Government. On
clear division of three powers and independence of judiciary, the
supreme courts suggestion of stepping down of BCCI President is out of
purview of courts. But due to lack of governments direction in this
field the court has done justice to all.
At this point, the government should consider its duties to avid
courts interference in these matters, which government is not doing.
If this practice of courts would continued and not be restricted, then
there would be time in future, when Supreme Court will come as
Authoritative Body.

from:  Raghavendra Pratap Singh
Posted on: Mar 26, 2014 at 17:57 IST
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