Jagan resembles Indira Gandhi
YS Jaganmohan Reddy, the chief minister of Andhrapradesh has resembled the iron lady of India , the former prime minister Indira Gandhi by taking bold step to face judiciary system. The senior citizens, who have been obserbing the national politics for the past few decades are remembering how India Gandhi has battled with judiciary system and now they are comparing with Jagan Mohan Reddy for his latest battle started with courts. Jagan has alleged that justice NV Ramana, the senior most judge in supreme court and about to assume charge as chief justice of supreme court is involved with Amaravathi land scam and his daughters have purchased 80 acres of land in seed capital area. Even he blamed that justice Ramana is misusing his powers and influencing the performance and daily proceedings of Andhrapradesh with his power against the government of Andhrapradesh. Even he lodged a compliant with chief justice of India in this regard and furnished all evidences in this regard. Wit this, Jagan attracted the the eyes of the entire nation towards him. Some are digging into the history to know if any head of the state has earlier fought in these lines.
The senior citizens are remembering that only Indira could fight with judiciary system in the history of India. In 1967 the first attack was made by Indira on judiciary system. When Koka Subba Rao who was from Andhrapradesh, the CJI then gave a judgement that the Constitution cannot be amended, Indira challenged that and inevitably Justice Subba Rao had to resign and contested in presidential elections but he was defeated. Four years later in 1971 Indira challenged the judiciary in the issue of nationalization of private banks. But she didn’t mention the name of any judge but she made comments in general with out naming any court or any particular judge. After five decades, the only political leader, and Chief minister YS Jagan Mohan reddy has made such remarkable comments on judiciary system and appealed the chief justice of India to protect the people of AP from a faulty judiciary system in AP high court.