Mirambika Crisis – intervention application criticised in Court as a Management prop…..

…………….and when their lawyer insisted………………. the Judge threatened to impose costs on the interveners …….for wasting his time. He also wanted to know whether the interveners represented the Management and whether the latter was incapable of defending itself? He said his decision will not be based on one-sided opinions but on merits.

At this, a flummoxed Ravindra Agarwal going from currentless to colorless!

Having faith in our justice system, the 9 petitioners have brought hope in the hearts of those who want Mirambika to go back to its rightful place. High time the obdurate SAES understood that the Indian justice system has the power to stand for the suppressed & oppressed!

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4 thoughts on “Mirambika Crisis – intervention application criticised in Court as a Management prop…..

  1. Amit May 27, 2015 / 1:35 pm

    Suppressed & oppressed?

    The pettitoners or SAES, or that poor student who passes out from a school in Delhi only to find that there are not enough seats in the colleges, because… a school for the allegedly elite runs from 10 acres of Prime land meant for a college?

    If the judge is made aware of the Larger Public Interest, I see the petition being thrown out of the window.

    Also there is nothing that binds SAES to run Mirambika. It can be shut down as per law. I don’t think anyone wants that to happen.

    The only issue is that Mirambika School needs to be properly accommodated. Stick to that.

    Evil Vs Evil?
    To be continued!

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    • savemirambika May 27, 2015 / 3:09 pm

      The school was being run legally for over 25 years from a part of the building located on a part of the 5 acres of land. So while you may stick to your Evil vs some other Evil, we’ll stick to the rule of law. You may have a flawed definition of elite but even larger public interest does not allow illegality. The school can grow to take in more kids. Do go and make the judge aware of the the so called Larger Public Interest of uprooting a school to make a technical college not permitted by the lease and get the petition thrown out of the window if you can. By the way, the land still belongs to the Govt / DDA and has to be used in accordance with the lease.

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      • Amit May 27, 2015 / 3:29 pm

        Hello Anonymous!

        Those who speak the truth do not behind anonymity.

        If you set up a challenge, you loose. Take my word for it. So refrain from it.

        10 Acres for just 170 children, on a land meant for college in a city severely short of colleges.

        Amazing case, isn’t it?

        SAES decides where it wants to run the school from. Public ensures that the land is used for the purpose it was given.

        Good Luck!

        PS: Did you approach the Education Minister, GNCTD? Just curious what did he tell you?

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      • Amit May 27, 2015 / 3:30 pm

        Hello Anonymous!

        Those who speak the truth do not hide behind anonymity.

        If you set up a challenge, you loose. Take my word for it. So refrain from it.

        10 Acres for just 170 children, on a land meant for college in a city severely short of colleges.

        Amazing case, isn’t it?

        SAES decides where it wants to run the school from. Public ensures that the land is used for the purpose it was given.

        Good Luck!

        PS: Did you approach the Education Minister, GNCTD? Just curious what did he tell you?

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