ShauryaT wrote:The courts stance that the petition was for "recognition" of DOB and not its determination fails a basic logic test. How do you recognize something without determining its bonafides? Bizarre logic to my simple mind.
I will attempt this again to make you understand:
If there is no injustice in career growth or other related benefits, then there is no case, as per SC. In past HC has taken a view that you have taken for another case and SC quashed it.
For VKS, its honour, for others, its something else.
SC has certain requirements for the DOB issue, even if its change or reaffirmation or correction or something else.
If you shed the blinkers, then you can see the SC's POV and mind you, it is not specific to VKS. Its a template for all such cases for SC.
SC, infact has gone a step further and said that "no one questions your integrity." If it had left it unsaid, probably it would have been bad. But, they have taken pains to make him understand that he is a respectable man and the law template is same for everyone.
Now, if you dis agree, you have all reasons to be and you can challenge SC on this. My part is that I am only trying to make an explanation and what I understand.