Mirambika Crisis – did someone interested meet / brief the judge?

The judge in question has a very good reputation but many present in court on July 3rd felt that he was perhaps more prepared than the SAES & DOE lawyers to oppose or simply not hear the counsel appearing for the nine petitioner parents. Some feel that his questions and counters (see relevant newspaper reports) were a carbon copy of the SAES arguments; with some of them even being contrary to his own earlier judgments in similar matters. Others feel that his aggression toward the counsel appearing for the nine petitioner parents indicated a certain bias. A rare few feel that the said counsel was under-prepared and far too technical or polite in his submissions. However, to his credit, he withstood the judge’s grilling very well and saved the day. At the same time, there are rumors doing rounds that Manga and or his lawyers and or some Mirambika parents with commercial dealings with SAES, etc had met or spoken to the judge before July 3rd hearing and tried to influence him. While stooping to the lowest is not beyond Manga and his team, these rumors appear baseless and are sad given the judge’s impeccable reputation. He is not known to compromise and may well recuse himself from hearing the matter if these rumors reach him.

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4 thoughts on “Mirambika Crisis – did someone interested meet / brief the judge?

  1. Amit July 6, 2015 / 1:56 am

    The Hon’ble judge probably sensed that your case smacked of elitism?

    अब बेनाम भैस के आगे कोई बार बार बीन तो नहीं बजा सकता ना ?

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    • savemirambika July 6, 2015 / 7:59 am

      How did he sense that? We neither control the number of students nor the number of classes run in Mirambika. We support its organic growth to get more students & more classes, SAES does not want that. For years, SAES has not invested any money in expanding Mirambika.

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      • 007 July 6, 2015 / 10:11 am

        Maybe the petitioners need to say this. right now they have not said it anywhere it seems

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      • Amit July 6, 2015 / 10:34 am

        Get out of you anonymous postings. Makes no sense at all.

        Get your facts rights. Any back of the envelope calculation will show that the fee charged from Mirambika students may not be good enough to even pay the sweepers and water bills for a 10 acre campus!

        I am sure there are fans in all classes. Air Conditioners too in few. The electricity bill may alone exceed the total amount of monies charged. The Diyas do get paid whatever the sum maybe. There are other recurring costs I assume. Do you think that Mirambika has a money plant that produces paper with a Gandhi ji on it?

        BTW, how much does a Mirambika student pay? Can you please provide a break up?

        You are nuts, whosoever you are Mr./Ms. anonymous.
        Good luck!
        _________________

        शैतान बनाम शैतान ?
        अति दिलचस्प मुकाबला !
        लगे रहो !

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