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The Supreme Court took on the business leaders questioned, said the source of income of the leaders that the public should know.


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New Delhi: The Supreme Court had questioned the disproportionate assets grew leaders advocated this thing and that needs a speedy trial by setting up fast-track courts in such cases. However, the government is opposed to this, saying that satisfactory work CBDT in court.

According to Danik bhasker’s reports, “the court said that the work of legislators and MPs are listening to all the time to people’s problems and solutions. How went so fast rise in their property such? If this increase is due to a business raises questions on that. An individual legislator or MP’s business how can? People what is the source of income that leaders should know. ”

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Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has increased rapidly in seven general properties of MPs and 98 legislators in the country, told the Supreme Court on Monday and it went irregularities.

According to Danik bhasker’s, “CBDT has the information in a sealed envelope to the court said that seven MPs and 98 MLAs election affidavit was, it differs from the information of income tax returns. Attorney General KK Venugopal urged the court that these names are not made public. ”

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Supreme Court Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) Examples of the four leaders has increased 1,200 percent has introduced such assets. 22 is such that an increase of 500 percent in the property. It was recorded an increase of 1700 percent, a leader in the property of Kerala has registered a growth of up to 2100 per cent in each of the MP.

According to Hindi Danik Hindustan, “the Supreme Court to investigate the disproportionate assets of leaders of the tremendous advocacy, but the central government has strongly opposed. The Center said that the CBDT satisfying work in such cases. It does not need to create a separate system for. ”

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The court was asked had to be reasons to try under the Income Tax Act to such leaders? Why should not a criminal case against them? Why should not a speedy trial in a special court? The Attorney General said that the aim of CBDT to pronounce that he investigates unaccounted assets.

News Supreme Court that the agency language reports asked to consider legislation for the formation of a new fast-track courts for speedy trial of criminal cases against MPs and MLAs from the government.

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The bench has given the names of seven MPs and 98 legislators across the country by the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) who went viewed incalculable increase between the two elections in assets.

The apex court said that he would read out the names of these leaders and he would look into the issue. The bench said that the law and necessary infrastructure for setting up these courts for speedy disposal of cases against MPs, Parliament has the right to prepare.

Justice J. Chelameswar said bench comprising Justice S Abdul Nazeer, with respect to MPs and MLAs, it comes under the purview of Parliament. The law requires the authority to him to make. Do Make the law and prepare the necessary infrastructure.

The bench said that the Assembly and Parliament are making new laws that have been raised and cases which courts create rights differently and liability.

The court said the government, some special tribunals had set up a new court except. You create new courts and infrastructure because at the moment the government is spending only one or two per cent of budget ( on the judicial system).

The bench said it would also reduce the number of pending cases. The court’s comments NGOs made an appeal filed by Lokprhri which has been requested to prepare a permanent mechanism to investigate those candidates whose MLAs or MPs as more increased property income during his tenure.