Anwaar ... precisely why I make the point that "rule of law" must work and work for all. BTW, for it to work for ALL it must work for the weakest and lowest of the low. I would argue that would be rural SC/STs.
However, not solving the problem but creating fast track courts as band-aids to the hot potato for the day isn't a solution either - at some point in time, fast track courts may become the norm and hence become like the courts of today, i.e., the problem would actualy worsen than improve except for a brief moment in time.
On the other hand mass releases by executive fiat (or parliament pressure) makes a mockery of what little "rule of law" might exist. I think we already have laws to the affect that "if in x days a charge sheet isn't filed, person is released" but again our challenge the is age old 3rd world problem of "last mile - poor execution and implementation".
No good answers except attempt to fix the problem right ... "rule of law", i.e., police and judicial reforms. Working ideas from around the world are a plenty .... question is can we honestly adopt them and then implement them. For our Governing Class the present system works just great - one cannot expect them to really tinker with it and give it up - they have constructed it so carefully for their class to enjoy their games/shenanigans as a zero sum game while retaining their power, pelf and growth in income (and of course the VVV*IP status at the top of our totem pole).
>> courts and judges very much part of it, moves at a snails glacial pace at best - that is fortunately one of the only equal opportunity things.
But when it comes to arresting innocents after each blast, there is no equal opportunity!
Anwaar ... ".... I do support their demand for the release of innocent Muslim youths."
Unfortunately, "innocence" can only be determined in a court of law once "guilt is presumed". Anything else will mean continued exceptions to our ability to get to "rule of law". And in India justice delivery mechanism, courts and judges very much part of it, moves at a snails glacial pace at best - that is fortunately one of the only equal opportunity things whether by religion, caste or any other means in Desh.
So back to whether we can get to decent, functional and ever improving "rule of law" in the land. Making it just work for slices of the population more than others will result in never getting to "rule of law".
What are "many other matters" you disagree with all india muslim personal law board?
Now we know what you agree with.
Although I disagree with the All India Muslim Personal Law Board on many other matters, I do support their demand for the release of innocent Muslim youths.