Last thing we need is communalisation of Indian Judiciary

via HK published on February 9, 2010

Kochi: P M Abdul Kalam, M A Fayas, E S Mohammad Kabir, V E Abdul Gafoor, PA Rasiya, M A Kadarkunhu, P K Shakeela, M Sajid, K K Raziya, E S Asharaf, V K Rafeeque, P M Mohammad Hasan,Mohammad Savad A, M A Sohra, T P Sajid and V K Mohammad Yusf.

These above names are not of any office bearers of Muslim League nor the few names of terrorists under the investigation of NIA. These are the new 16 Advocates appointed by Central Government as legal Counsellors in Kerala Highcourt to represent Central Government in Kerala Highcourt.

These Advocates are under Advocate T P M Ibrahim Khan who is the Assistant Solicitor General. Is it pure coincidence or is there a foul play in appointing all the counsellors from a particular religion? Is this part of the game plan as per the directions of Sachar or were they all genuine candidates? Weren’t any name sake Hindu or even a Christian Advocate who could have been eligible for the post?

Judiciary is the last hope which all citizens are looking upto? Communalisation of Judiciary and Defence forces is the last thing we need in the current circumstances. If going by this pace 100% reservation to Minorities will not be to far.

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