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Demonetisation not the prerogative of judiciary
The demonetization drive undertaken by the centre has attracted opinions from every strata of the society – economists, institutions, citizens, organizational bodies. The travails of common man are being highlighted on all platforms of media especially the opposition demanding the central government to clean the mess . The apex court is held with highest esteem in the minds of thinking Indians. To them, judiciary is the ultimate platform of justice, the guardian of the Constitution, the defender of the interests of the common person and the protector of democracy. Especially in the face of the fact that the other organs of government, the legislature which is manipulated by clever politicians to their own ends and corrupt executive , Judiciary is worshipped as a temple of justice by the citizens of the country. Public service is foremost objective in politicians election manifesto after which it relegates to the back corner recesses of his priorities. The failures of legislature and executive wings to hold their end of responsibilities has caused judiciary to enter their realm of duties and functions. In spite of the raging debate on problems faced by the common man in the surprising anti-black money move, the apex court would do well to stay out of the province that clearly lies in Centre s space.

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