Improper conduct

thakur, amitabh
February 2014
Gfiles;Feb2014, Vol. 7 Issue 11, p82
The article offers the author's insights on the incorrect conduct of Delhi Ministers to give directions to Delhi police for personal actions. He discusses the constitutional and legal provisions for giving orders to police saying that the Minister has no authority and power over a Department or agency. He adds that the efforts of the Ministers to suspend the Delhi police was unprofessional and manifest undue political interference.


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