Law Minister of India Breached Oath – Telangana High Court

Ignorantia juris non excusat or ignorantia legis neminem excusat is a legal principle holding that a person who is unaware of a law may not escape liability for violating that law merely because he or she was unaware of its content

Indian Law Minister Mr D Sadananda Gowda said “creation of a new High Court is in the hands of the Chief Minister and Chief Justice of the common High Court for Andhra Pradesh and Telangana”

He is either ignorant or is deliberately evading his duty as stipulated in the constitution of India.

He clearly abdicated his duty and surrendered the supremacy of Parliament by letting the Judiciary of high court assume the powers it does not have with it under constitution of India.

Its unthinkable, High Court is deciding for itself what should be the process of setting up a state high court and the Executive the constitutional organ that is entrusted to carry out the process through the powers of Parliament has failed to do its duty as mandated by constitution of India.

Telangana State Can not be made to wait for its legitimate constitutional right to have Telangana High court, whether Andhra Pradesh High Court wish to continue in Hyderabad till 2024 or move to any place of its own choice can not have any bearing on creation of Telangana High Court.

Time the Law Minister of India learns the Law of the land by reading Constitution of India sincerely than making assumption or deliberately misleading or abdicating his duties under oath.

Its a Black Day for Indian Law Ministry.

High Courts Creation by Parliament as Per Constitution of India



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