Wednesday, April 15, 2009

How to File a Writ Petition or PIL Writ Petition

15 comments:

Satya Putra said...

Thanks Mr. Jalan, for a detailed and simplified article on PILs. I wish this is translated in to various Indian languages.

Uday Prabhu said...

Dear Shri Sandip Jalan,

I deeply appreciate your contribution in well designing the same in a lucid & interesting manner & very well know that you will always guide people through & through to ensure compliance with ALL laws with such & many more creative work, as seen by me personally.

God Bless you-KEEP IT UP, Sir & we hope & pray that we must have at least some more such Sandip Jalan, on this Planet to make peoples life beautiful & proud to be associated with such brains.

UDAY PRABHU- 09220573589
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udayprabhu@activist.com

PULKIT said...

this was an extremely fantabulous effort ....kudos 2 u for enlightening on some of the very vital and pivotal topics of the constitutional law in a simplified and user friendly language.......................................gr8 job......................

dr.shankara said...

Thanks a million..for explaining law concepts so elegantly and making citizens understand the importance of using lawful methods to bring efficiency and transparency in law in government.

I wish you could also get on print media and write a regular column in some major newspapers, say Times of India.

MyCountry said...

I am very much thankful to Mr Jalan for a extraordinary guide for common man .

Golam said...

Mr. Jalan, I thank you from the core of my heart for explaining things in layman terms. Indian lawyers pay minimum attention to their clients to explain the legal processes. this information will rescue some of those client population to understand the legal process, and I am one of them. I think now I know more than my the lawyer whom I recruited. So, thank you once again for this self learning material.

sreenuvennela said...

Simple and Lucid manner. Good attempt. Really helpful to Learners and Students. Keep it Up to this Essayist n Content Writer
SREENU VENNELA

kumar said...

Thank god there are lawyers like you too.We social activists contribute so much of our time,energy and of course hard earned money for purely social causes.Our gretest handicap has been legal expences.

You are like a holy cow in the areana of what they call in U.S "SHARKS".

Keep it up. God bless you.

Regards,
Kumar Pravesh,
JCWG.

Deepak Kumar said...

Dear Shri Sandeep,

I often see lawyers with holding certain information and making money out of it. And this is primary reason for people to fear approaching the court of law But it is because of people we get clear picture about process followed in judiciary. Thanks a lot for the same.

Sanjay Maheswari said...

Dear Sir,

Very nice of you to have taken pains to put such an enormous and informative thing on web.
Great job. You deserve great applaud.
Thanks a lot.
Sanjay Maheswari

Raman Narayan Das said...

Dear Shri. Jalan,

You are like a savior to a petitioner-in-person, who is caught in the procedural web of the judiciary !

anoop said...

nice to read your blog.....i am ANoop Awasthi...retired naval officer....rti/social activist from pune 9921234399 . you might be aware my movement against allocation military land for ex president pratibha patil......i succeed in that movement.....hope unitedly we can do lot.....thanx..

Joy Manglani said...

Thanks for the good work, Sandeep

Lakhotia navratan said...

Great work Sir.Keep it up.Sir after reading ur article i feel that injustice can be fought and justice can be sought.Wishing you all the best.Hope to see you in the top ur Ambition.

John Mike said...

Hi,
Thank you so much for writing to this post. Its the most informative piece i have read on the net in the longest time!!!!


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