Kapil Sibal launched a veiled attack on the Centre on Friday . He said people are living in fear of investigating departments, the government, and the police .
Kapil Sibal, the former Congress leader and senior lawyer, launched a veiled attack on the Centre on Friday, claiming that people have been living in fear of investigating departments, the government, and the police.Speaking about the use of religion as a weapon, the Rajya Sabha MP said that, despite the fact that it was being used all over the world, India is an excessive example of the use of religion.It's happening all around the world.Yesterday's attack in Leicester was a total intolerance.Also exported.The real problem is that those who are part of the hate speech are now part of a particular ideology in India, and the police are unable to do anything, according to Sibal.At the launch of his book, Reflections: In Rhyme and Rhythm, Rupa Publications, the former Cabinet minister spoke.Those who make hate speeches are not prosecuted, he said, and are therefore encouraged to make another speech of this nature. What do they do They are afraid.We live in a world of constant worry.We fear the ED, the CBI, the state, the police, and everyone in between.According to the politician-turned-poet, we no longer have any confidence in anyone. Every day, it is the match between two major corporations in the court.Amazon vs. Reliance, this vs. that.And the poor man isn't allowed to go to the court.He doesn't have the money to pay for lawyers. He didnt have the funds, he said.People's faith in the justice system is fading, he said.Then there's the issue of fairness.Fair is fair because you have a high likelihood of getting pity on others. Will we get justice for people who interact with me on a daily basis?I can't promise them, because there is no way to help them.Sibal said that because the system does not help them.Congress leader Shashi Tharoor and President of the Jammu & Kashmir National Conference Farooq Abdullah attended the book launch. The real people get away, and the poor people become involved.