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Justice Without Power Is Inefficient ; Power Without Justice Is Tyranny, Rajesh Deoli
Power always pretends to be a dangerous thing only when it is exercised; juridically it is a matter of one’s liberty. Liberty begins where duty ends and it is the residue left untouched by Judges & Legislators on a matter. So there are mainly two types of liberties: 1.Which is recognized by law, for e.g. 'Parliamentary privileges’ in debates & ‘judicial privileges’, both connote the absence of a duty not to utter defamatory statements. Secondly: 2.which is not recognized by the law. So the limit over the power is needed i.e. Rule of law restraining such powers ...