I am a US Qualified Registered Microbiologist-Medical Technologist, operating my own Clinical Lab. I have been an activist advocating consumer, civic, citizen's rights for Thirty plus years & a Frequent contributor to the letters to Editor.

Monday, June 06, 2011

Compensating mental agony should be primary concern in a slow justice system

Paying the wrong person compensation for acquired land is outright criminality on the part of KIADB officials.
What is more shameful is the wronged have to keep knocking at the unresponsive official doors while the criminals thumb their nose up at the law and the lawful.
One fails to understand why one of the higher courts does not pass an obvious order, that in such cases, the guilty department first pays the rightful owner immediately and then goes about rectifying its mistakes legally or otherwise.
Otherwise courts need to take very seriously the mental agony of the lawful sufferer in the agonizingly slow process of law.
They should provide fair compensation by double or triple penalty for mental agony. In practice, courts tend to totally deny the torture. Or worse add insult to the injury it by rubbing in a 5000 or 10000 salt as adequate justice for the wounds inflicted.


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