"Rule of law and not Rule by law". Laws made can become weaponised & draconised, then they need to be amended'. weaponisation of the powers given to the executive and the agencies.. rule of law, rule by law etc.. eg. Anand Sharma speaks https://youtube.com/embed/X1rqSA_gG6w?start=953&end=1038  

On PMLA being weaponised. Proposal for a Bail Act.  https://youtube.com/embed/X1rqSA_gG6w?start=1365&end=1608  

Supreme Court PMLA Order Has Major Flaws, Issue Deserved More Serious Consideration—Justice Lokur https://youtu.be/PpY6QG-_pV8?t=80  Aug 1, 2022 Support The Interview with Karan Thapar - https://fij.mojo.page/support-the-int...
In a wide-ranging interview, one of the most illustrious former judges of the Supreme Court has said he is “disappointed” that the Supreme Court did not give “more serious consideration” to many of the amendments of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act which it has recently upheld. Justice Madan Lokur says these amendments should have been looked at in a larger context by a larger bench. He said perhaps they could have been referred to a 7-judge bench. In the interview Justice Lokur made clear he has serious reservations with the Court’s judgement thus suggesting it has major flaws. Speaking generally about the Supreme Court, he said “it seems to be accepting what the executive wants it to accept”. The impression has been created “the Court is partial to the government”.

 

Why Is Fact-Checker M Zubair's Bail Order Significant? Justice Madan Lokur Says. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUIOM5fZLT0  Jul 27, 2022 The bail order of fact-checker Mohammed Zubair is very important, but in a sense, it is a reiteration of what has already been said, former Supreme Court judge, Justice Madan Lokur (retd) said. "What I think is very important is the fact that the Supreme Court has said that you (the government) have to explain why continued detention or custody is necessary. The other important thing is that the court said that investigation has to take place first and later arrest should be made," he said.

Supreme Court PMLA Order Has Major Flaws, Issue Deserved More Serious Consideration—Justice Lokur https://youtu.be/PpY6QG-_pV8?t=80  Aug 1, 2022 Support The Interview with Karan Thapar - https://fij.mojo.page/support-the-int...
In a wide-ranging interview, one of the most illustrious former judges of the Supreme Court has said he is “disappointed” that the Supreme Court did not give “more serious consideration” to many of the amendments of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act which it has recently upheld. Justice Madan Lokur says these amendments should have been looked at in a larger context by a larger bench. He said perhaps they could have been referred to a 7-judge bench. In the interview Justice Lokur made clear he has serious reservations with the Court’s judgement thus suggesting it has major flaws. Speaking generally about the Supreme Court, he said “it seems to be accepting what the executive wants it to accept”. The impression has been created “the Court is partial to the government”.

 

The Supreme Court on Monday urged the Centre to frame a law to restrain investigating agencies from arresting the accused unnecessarily saying that indiscriminate arrests reflect a colonial mindset and create the impression of a "police state". ..ruled that the regular bail application of an accused had to be decided normally within two weeks and anticipatory bail within six weeks.- https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/indiscriminate-arrests-create-impression-of-police-state-supreme-court/articleshow/92812828.cms  12 Jul 2022

SC Tells Centre to Enact Law to Stop 'Unnecessary' Arrests, Creation of a 'Police State' https://thewire.in/law/sc-tells-centre-to-enact-law-to-stop-unnecessary-arrests-creation-of-a-police-state 12 Jul 2022

The arrest can be considered a “necessity” only when it is observed that it can prevent the person concerned from committing another offence, for carrying out proper investigation and to prevent the person concerned from tampering with evidence or threatening witnesses, the court stated.

They also said all states and Union territories to ensure strict compliance with Section 41 and 41A of the CrPC on the process to be adopted before arresting people.

The court also sought affidavits/status reports from state governments and administrations in Union territories to demonstrate their compliance in the next four months.

Separate Bail Application Not To Be Insisted When Accused Is Before Magistrate Under Sections 88,170, 204, 209 CrPC: Supreme Court LIVELAW  https://www.livelaw.in/top-stories/supreme-court-separate-bail-applications-sections-88-170-204-209-crpc-satender-kumar-antil-vs-central-bureau-of-investigation-2022-livelaw-sc-577-203494

There need not be any insistence of a bail application while considering the application under Section 88, 170, 204 and 209 of the Code", a bench comprising Justices SK Kaul and MM Sundresh ordered.

Accused Entitled To Bail If Arrest Was In Breach Of Sections 41, 41A CrPC : Supreme Court Ashok KM 11 July 2022 https://www.livelaw.in/top-stories/supreme-court-41a-crpc-non-compliance-bail-satender-kumar-antil-vs-central-bureau-of-investigation-2022-livelaw-sc-577-203486 Slew of important directions  ..

ENACT BAIL ACT- Landmark Judgement Of Supreme Court- Guidelines-Warns Police Against Illegal Arrest https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mvDjz2HV3fE  Jul 12, 2022 Satender Kumar Antil vs Central Bureau Of Investigation |

Mukul Rohatgi Talks About The SC Judgement On Bail: 'Courts Have Forgotten Jail Is An Exception India today YT channel ' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lgSViwl-FhY  Jul 12, 2022 The Supreme Court on Monday directed the Centre to consider framing new legislation on bail to streamline the release of accused in criminal cases noting that the Code of Criminal Procedure as it exists today is a continuation of the pre-independence era with its modifications