Wednesday, 1 April 2009

Amwayshould have quit India on its own

The Indian courts held the Amway scheme is unlawful following the writ petitions filed by these fraudulent companies appealing the court to declare their business is legal. However, the court asked the police to conduct full investigation into the activities of these companies. The criminal cases are pending against these companies. That means, the due process of law, that is framing of charges, trial and punishment, would take some more time.
These companies are so shameless that they continue their fraudulent business model even after the Andhra Pradesh High Court categorically stated that the scheme of these companies would attract the provisions of the Prize Chits & Money Circulation Schemes (Banning) Act, 1978. They should have quit the country on their own once the courts gave their verdict. Now they still continue their business on the pretext that the criminal case is pending against them.
I would like to point out one more time here, if a criminal case is pending against a person can he continue the same offence again and again with impunity. Is it not necessary more criminal cases should be filed against such companies?

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