The contention of the NHRC (stated in the SLP) was that the concept of ‘fair trial’ is a constitutional imperative and is explicitly recognised as such in the specific provisions of the Constitution. ‘The NHRC has knocked the door of the Supreme Court as it felt that Bakery case judgement by a fast track court had resulted in erosion of People’s in the justice delivery system and it is left to the Supreme Court to Scrutinize the Court judgement and analyse its reasoning and look into the grounds on which the Modi Government challenged it before the High Court a day before the Supreme Courts hearing of the petition of .
Beautifully written. My son, now 15, became diabetic in 2nd grade, and it hits some children *much* younger. I’ve talked to parents who literally had to tackle their toddler son to attach a new pump, and others who’s daughter was prone to seizures at night. Every school lunch, play date, field trip — any time a young diabetic is away from parental control for more than a brief interval — must be carefully planned for safety. Many private schools do not have full time nursing staff and will not accept diabetics. If a child has diabetes and any variety of special needs, good luck.