Match headline – no information! What is going on with the government?

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When protesters asked for information, the government said, “No data is available.” If the court asks for details, the public prosecutor raises his hand as ‘no information’. How often and in what way is the government going to say this Nanna Padha? Mallya may be extradited tomorrow, but what does the public mean by the current ‘Naro or Kunjarova’ of government prosecutors? The government claims to have information about an actor’s suicide, Bollywood’s drug connection and the alleged conspiracy behind the Hathras rape case. However, he said that he did not know about the extradition of Mallya, who had drowned the country to the tune of thousands of crores. Now, ‘What exactly is going on with this government?’ If such a question comes to the mind of the general public, will the government’s answer be ‘no information’?

It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. It seems a bit amusing that the ‘almighty’ government should raise its hand by giving such an answer. What if those who created an atmosphere where Vijay Mallya was extradited from Britain started putting their hands over their ears? Mallya fled the country with a debt of about Rs 9,000 crore. The central government has filed a lawsuit in Britain seeking his extradition, and a lawsuit is pending in a British court. He has had several hearings in the last few years. Britain’s Supreme Court also ordered Mallya’s extradition. However, no action has been taken yet to send Mallya to India. All these proceedings are said to be secret. Even so, owning one is still beyond the reach of the average person. He has now said so in the court here. He says, ‘The British court

Following the order

We know nothing about the undercover operation in Britain. We haven’t been notified. So I don’t know what exactly is going on about Mallya’s extradition. ‘ The difficulty of public prosecutors may be real. But the question is of a ‘high profile’ case and bringing the debtor back to the country. For that, the drums that the government has beaten so far are the ones that have roared. But what if the public prosecutors put their hands over their ears and started blowing the ‘air’ of these roars and inflating the air-filled credit bubbles? Mallya’s case, the extradition laws in Britain, the situation in India is a complex and delicate matter. But the question is about the current hand of the central government. For some time now, the central government has been reading ‘Nannacha Padha’ while answering many issues. The government’s response to Mallya’s extradition is another link in the same chain. If the answer is inconvenient or politically difficult, the policy of ‘folding the wrist’ is a temporary and temporary loophole. But out of it

The government’s ‘clock’ is not right

Such a picture stands. Whether it is the number of workers killed while migrating during the Corona lockdown, the number of unemployed, the issue of job creation, the details of farmer suicides, the central government has recently given answers like ‘no information’, ‘no data available’ in every House. . Now the government is saying that it does not know about the extradition of Vijay Mallya. That is, when the opposition asks for information, the government says, ‘No data is available.’ If the court asks for details, the public prosecutor raises his hand as ‘no information’. How often and in what way is the government going to say this Nanna Padha? Mallya may be extradited tomorrow, but what does the public mean by the current ‘Naro or Kunjarova’ of government prosecutors? The government claims to have information about an actor’s suicide, Bollywood’s drug connection and the alleged conspiracy behind the Hathras rape case. However, he said that he did not know about the extradition proceedings of Mallya, who had drowned the country to the tune of thousands of crores. Now, ‘What exactly is going on with this government?’ If such a question comes to the mind of the general public, will the government’s answer be ‘no information’?



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