Why different laws applied to a Sikh Minister Sandeep Singh and a Hindu Chief Justice of Supreme Court Gogoi for sexual harassment of women? Simranjit Singh Mann.

The Tribune dated 02nd January 2023.

Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) states that our party has a deep respect for the honour and dignity of women but in this case of Mr. Sandeep Singh the Sports Minister of Haryana a case of sexual harassment has been lodged by the police in UT Chandigarh.

We think such cases being lodged is in accordance with the law, as all citizens of this state are equal before the law as per Article 14 of the Construction.

However, we regret to state that in the case of Mr. Ranjan Gogoi the Chief Justice of The Supreme Court of India the same step was not followed.

Mr. Gogoi was accused of sexually harassing a lady. The lady in question wanted to file a case of sexual harassment against Mr. Gogoi in a police station in Delhi. This was the correct procedure laid down by law. But the lady in question was not allowed to register her grievance of sexual harassment in the police station.

The Supreme Court Judges formed their internal committee to give justice to the lady in question. When the lady asked the Committee that she should be represented by a lawyer of her choice as per her right under Article 21 of the Constitution, the Committee hearing the case rejected her plea.

Thereafter, the Supreme Court Committee in secrecy exonerated Chief Justice Gogoi of the charges of sexual harassment levelled against him by the lady and Mr. Gogoi did not resign as Mr. Sandeep Singh has done from his Sports portfolio in Haryana.

Later on having being blackmailed by the Union Government by not following the laid down procedure of law, Mr. Gogoi gave a favourable decision in the case of the 1992 demolition of the Islamic Babri Masjid, stating that this site on which the Babri Masjid stood was a Ram Temple at Ayodhya.

Subsequently the Union Government of the BJP-RSS led by Premier Narinder Modi gave a sinecure to Mr. Gogoi and nominated him to a membership of the Upper House of Parliament the Rajya Sabha or the Council of States for a period of six years.

Our party asks why for similar offences, which we condemn, why a Hindu was treated differently and why a Sikh Minister has been dealt in accordance with the law?

Our party states that we are on the way to the formation of a Hindu Rashtra.

Simranjit Singh Mann,
Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar)
Email simranjitsinghmann@yahoo.com
Website https://akalidalamritsar.in/
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