A person was arrested for indulging in a crime. He was arrested, chargesheeted and the trial is going on. Could he be allowed to commit the same offence again and again. Is it possible in any country? But it happens only in India.
Here the person in question is Amway India. Police conducted raids on the premises of Amway India and filed a criminal case. Amway India approached the High Court to declare its business model as legal. However, the High Court decided otherwise and held that its business model is illegal and the police could go ahead with the investigation. The Amway India again moved the Highest court of the land, the Supreme Court of India. The Highest Court also found the company guilty. The Police filed the charge sheet in the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Court, Nampally, Hyderabad. The trial is going on.
However, the Amway India is allowed to continue its illegal operations. It is high time to ponder what is wrong with our judicial system.
Another thing is the perfunctory investigation by the CID police of Andhra Pradesh. They investigated into a money circulation scheme but found out that only nine persons were involved in the money circulation scheme. How come? Don't ask questions. That is the way the CID investigates. More, they do not take cognizance of the persons who filed writ petitions in the High Court stating that they are Independent Business Owners of Amway India. For reasons better known to the CID, they were let off without including their names in the charge sheet.
The State Government issued an order restraining specifically Amway India from issuing advertisements in any media. This order is more in breach than in observance. Still, no action is initiated against Amway India.
Above all, Amway India through its front organisation the Indian Direct Selling Association demands legalisation of direct selling in the country. Never ask what is direct selling.
What would happen to the country if there is no respect for the law of the land?