‘Democracy is in our blood’: Law Minister said – Judiciary cannot be forced to become opposition
Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju has once again given a statement regarding the judiciary. He said that the Indian Judiciary can never be forced to become the opposition. The Law Minister said this while addressing the Central Government Law Officers Conference in Bhubaneswar, Odisha. He said that anti-India foreign forces attack India with the help of Tukde Tukde gang. Kiren Rijiju said that the Indian judiciary is independent and the judiciary can never be forced to play the role of the opposition. No one can question Indian democracy because democracy is in our blood. Rijiju said that no one can be allowed to do anything in the name of freedom, if this happens then what will happen to law and order!
The Law Minister said that the members of Tukde-Tukde gang should understand that India under the leadership of Narendra Modi has embarked on a journey of complete rejuvenation. These gangs get help from anti-India foreign forces. These forces continue to attack Indian democracy, Government of India, Judiciary and other important institutions like Army, Election Commission and investigative agencies.
During the program, the Law Minister said that efforts are being made to show from within and outside the country that the Indian judiciary is in trouble. He said that it is unfortunate that judges are called good and bad on social media, if such things happen about the government then they are welcome but this kind of criticism of the judiciary is not a right sign.
The Law Minister said that ‘when we want to make India safe, we have to make strict laws. Without them there will be no freedom. As long as our border is secure, we can implement all the guarantees given in the constitution, otherwise anarchy will spread in the country. We have to make our society full of provisions only then we will be completely safe. Just like a body builder has to sweat a lot to get in shape, similarly we have to sacrifice many things to get freedom and rights.