It cannot be denied that both justice and injustice are liked, practised, meted out and preached by the public, we, the people of India. It is the greed or need of the people which makes them either to go for justice and injustice, or like and dislike.
Those who go for justice have found an injustice has been done to them. Those who go for injustice have found a justice has been done to others.
It was the need of the people that made them to go for justice. It was the greed of the people that made them to go for injustice.
You may have to agree that if these both, need and greed, were not there, they would have posed a great problem for the generation of employment.
Because of them, we have the police, lawyer, magistrate, public prosecutor, judge - mostly government servants, to give both, justice and injustice.
If they had not given us both justice and injustice, we, the people, would have found a vacuum for both need and greed.
Instead of digging up administrative dirt to look for truth and to ensure justice through the Right to Information Act for an unending process to make
it more complicated, if those useful times were used for uniting the public to demand for an easy access to all the informations at a mutually agreed
prescribed procedure, we need not have to go through the analysis of the entrepreneurs, who are the creations of the problems generated for the
people, by the people and of the people!
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