Rulers of law
Today, institutions speak not for the rule of law, but for those who rule, unconcerned with the law.
Governors have been partisan in the past, but have not been openly party to the Union government’s agenda. (File)
Since May 2014, our institutions are afflicted with galloping atrophy. The war within the CBI, allegations made on oath before the Supreme Court involving corruption of high public functionaries, are not limited to one institution. The recent face-off between the RBI and the government, with the latter seeking to influence monetary policies, is fraught with danger.