Tonight on The Buck Stops Here:
Jaitley sues Kejriwal: Who's on the backfoot on DDCA pitch?
There was a show of strength for Arun Jaitley by the BJP as he filed a defamation suit against Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. But there was no action against BJP MP Kirti Azad who virtually taunted the BJP leadership asking why finance minister hadn't sued him as well. On The Buck Stops Here, we ask: who is on the backfoot on the DDCA pitch?
Netas only remember women when they want votes: Nirbhaya's Mother
As she protests against the release of 'juvenile' rapist, Jyoti Singh's mother tells NDTV, "My case is over, but I want to and will fight for other mothers". Demanding a change in juvenile law, she asks, "if there is no age for crime, why is there an age for punishment?" Asked about Parliament not prioritizing the Juvenile Justice bill, she said "politicians only remember
women when they want our votes."
'Juvenile' rapist released: Have netas let Nirbhaya down?
On The Buck Stops Here, Delhi Commission for Women chairperson Swati Maliwal faces off with Supreme Court lawyer Karuna Nundy on the pros and the perils of changing the Juvenile Justice Law. One key point in the proposed amendments is that the Juvenile Justice Board will have the discretion to try someone between 16 and 18 years of age as an adult if the crime is heinous. Why should this be opposed?