rajveer wrote:Only a fool will apply with specific caliber and type of weapon,
Common application will be NPB Revolver/ Pistol for short gun or for long gun NPB gun / Rifle.
So that one has the option to buy his choice and change if needed in future.
the whole constitution is confusing(meant to confuse).
don't you all see how confused we are...this is british raj.they have succeeded in giving us the freedom.
Yes creating confusion is the trade secret of the corrupt to flourish. To add insult to the injury is when the judiciary starts acting like rubber stamp or yes man of the ruling dispensation. Recently Delhi High Court judge Suresh Kait is reported to have said that like China the facebook and google may be blocked. One wonders are we a free democracy or some kind of communist dictatorship?the whole constitution is confusing(meant to confuse).
Please forget about freedom or anything reasonable so long the babus have the constitutional protection to be practically above the law under Article 311 of the Constitution. For example in line with Article 311 we have Section 6A of the Delhi Special Police Establishment (DSPE) Act, which says that even for initiating an inquiry against officers of the level of Joint Secretary and above prior permission has to be taken from the minister concerned. The request for permission has to go to the minister concerned under whom the officer works. It is held up for months or maybe for ever. Then have Section 19 of DSPE Act under which government sanction is mandatory for prosecution. Also there are Sections 24, 197, 370, 377 of CrPC for the government to play games with. Basically the entire theme of the British colonial mindset and rule is reflected in the laws i.e. most of the time the laws default in the favour of the babus. In effect the upper level of government where the big ticket corruption occurs is practically above the law of the land.only freedom that is given is to be slaves to the babous.
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