Sunday, May 25, 2014

                   INDIAN LAWS CAN BE OUTDATED,DRACONIAN,AND EVEN
                   CONTRADICTORY AND HENCE OPEN TO ABUSE.

                   Recently I  read from a mail sent by Money Life Foundation, certain Laws
                   which are outdated, and even irrelevant in the present day.They are:
  
                   1.India's Central bank is a temporary institution under the Reserve Bank
                      of India Act,1934.

                   2. The Essential commodities Act of 1955,and the Agricultural Produce 
                        Marketing Committee Act donot permit the free movement of 
                        agcricultural Produce.

                   3. It is a crime and you are punishable if you wage war against the 
                       government of any Asiatic power in alliance or at peace with the 
                       government of India.

                   4. If there is a locust attack in Delhi,all adult males will be called upon to 
                       fight the invasion,with an announcement to arms made with drum 
                       beats,refusing to answer the call will be a crime.

                   The question is why do we have such laws in our statute books?. Are 
                    these laws not outdated and open to,abuse?.  

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