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Freebies and social welfare schemes are different, says Chief Justice NV Ramana

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The Chief Justice stated that India is a rustic the place poverty can also be there and the central authorities makes preparations to supply meals to the hungry individuals. On this, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, showing for the Central Authorities, stated that this can't be achieved with free ravadis. To this the CJI stated that there's a distinction between social welfare schemes and ravadi.
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Freebies, welfare schemes different: Supreme Court

India News: NEW DELHI: Observing that freebies and social welfare schemes are two different things, the Supreme Court on Thursday said a balance has to be struck .

2 months ago·Mumbai, India
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"Freebies, Social Welfare Scheme Different": Supreme Court

Observing that freebies and social welfare schemes are two different things, the Supreme Court on Thursday said a balance has to be struck between the economy losing money and welfare measures.

2 months ago·New Delhi, India
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Freebies and social welfare schemes are different, says Chief Justice NV Ramana

The chief justice noted that while the economy was losing money due to freebies offered to voters, welfare of citizens must also be kept in mind.

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Freebies different from welfare schemes different, observes SC

New Delhi: Observing that freebies and social welfare schemes are two different things, the Supreme Court on Thursday said a balance has to be struck

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Free and Social Welfare Schemes are different- Chief Justice N. CV Ramana Concept

As the funds for free can be used for structural improvement, the Chief Justice cannot order that a country like India does not give free.

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Difference between social welfare schemes and electoral rolls, cancellation of recognition of parties will not be democratic: Supreme Court

The Chief Justice stated that India is a rustic the place poverty can also be there and the central authorities makes preparations to supply meals to the hungry individuals. On this, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, showing for the Central Authorities, stated that this can’t be achieved with free ravadis. To this the CJI stated that ‘there’s a distinction between social welfare schemes and ravadis’.Whereas giving his opinion on the invitation o…

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