The Biggest Democracy, With The Biggest Convicts

The biggest democracy seems to have assembled the biggest convict assembly, which does qualify it for the guinness, or if you ask them, they will say Noble prize will be fair. Of course its India, and these are the 9newly elected ministers for Manmohan Singh government. There vision in framing the future vision of India can easily be assumed.

Of the nine ministers, one minister face serious charges, according to a National Election Watch report. There names and criminal profile goes like this. Subodh Kant Sahay, faces assault and being member of an unlawful Assembly charges. Has not been convicted yet. Wasnik Mukul Balkrishna, faces charges of rioting and wrongful restraint. Harish Rawat, faces charges of criminal conspiracy and defamation.

Gandhiselvan faces rash driving and causing grievous hurt. Arun Yadav faces charges of rioting and wrongful restraint. Adhikari Sisir faces charges of rioting and voluntarily causing hurt. He has one serious charge under the Indian Penal Code registered against him. Ajay Makan from Delhi faces charges of rioting and wrongful restraint.

Pratik Prakashbabu Patil faces wrongful restraint charges. Pradeep Kumar Jain faces charges of rioting, wrongful restraint and criminal trespass.

Source: Rediff & Mission India Foundation


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