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Union Minister Kiren Rijiju has once again emphasized that there is no tension or dispute between the government and the judiciary. He said the two work as a team.
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New Delhi: minister of law Kiren Rijiju Having said that the government and the judiciary work together as a team, but there are some people in society who try to show that there is any dispute or misunderstanding between the two.
Rijiju also said that he would not like to comment on Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s statement that democracy is in danger in the country. He said that there is nothing concrete in his statement, so there is no need to respond to it.
At the Lokmat National Conclave, the Union minister dismissed allegations that the government was using central agencies to target the opposition. In response to a question, he said this is not correct. Corruption is not tolerated in the BJP, so there is no suspicion of bias. The policy of zero tolerance for corruption is the mantra of the Modi government.
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On the Supreme Court’s recent decision to form a committee to select the Chief Election Commissioner and Election Commissioner, Rijiju said that as a minister he should not comment on judicial decisions. If I feel that an infringement is taking place, I will raise it in an appropriate forum or take appropriate action.
Rijiju said that the Senate session is going on, so he would not like to talk about the government’s intention to bring any bill or any other decision. But I assure you that we will do our duty. Any action taken is taken with great care and we do not address any such issue. We will only take action when necessary and if corrective action is required, we will do so.
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Rijiju said that the supremacy of Parliament in making laws will not be compromised. The government and the judiciary work as a team. There are some elements in society who try to create some kind of confusion or debate deliberately in order to portray in a negative way that there is some kind of misunderstanding or dispute between the government and the judiciary, which is not right.