Arvind Kejriwal asked to explain ‘thulla’ remark – The Hindu

My Comment dt. 13.07.2016: The word thulla has not yet entered the law lexicon, but it is pretty well understood amongst the masses. In fact, I haven’t seen it being used for anybody else other than the police. In the context of Delhi Police, the word could have any of the following meanings: Leech, Satyr, Ponce, Loafer, Ramble, Cretin, etc. Well…I think the Justice will have to open the dictionary yet again, and I would advice her to open Article 20(3) of the Indian Constitution as well because what she is asking Arvind Kejriwal, an accused, to do is against his Right against Self-Incrimination — though I wonder Arvind Kejriwal himself has any respect for it.

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