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[ Day 43 – July 31, 2023] 75 Days Mains Revision Plan 2023 – GS3 Full & Ethics

 

Q1. Discuss briefly the threats created by the use of advanced technologies such as drones, GPS systems, and encrypted messaging services by state and non-state actors for India’s Internal Security. How is India dealing with them? (10M)

 

Q2. “Risk creation is outstripping risk reduction”. How and in what ways can disasters risks be characterized? Describe various measures taken in India for Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR). (15M)

 


Ethics


 

Syllabus: Challenges of corruption

Q3. How does corruption in private enterprises affect the general well-being of common people in developing countries such as India? Discuss using suitable example (10M)

 


Case Study


 

Q4. Mrs. X is a judge of High Court. She is about to retire and is hearing a high-profile case in which Chief Minister of a State is accused of corruption. The CM has been convicted by the trial court but he has appealed to the High Court which is being heard by Mrs. X. Incidentally Mrs. X is personally inspired to the ideology of the accused CM’s party. Also, Mrs. X has a strong and educated opinion that the CM has successfully developed his State and escalated it in human development rankings.

 In a month, election will be conducted in that State. If Mrs. X upholds trial court conviction, the incumbent CM has bleak chance to win the election. What Mrs. X has planned is she wants to acquit the CM and so he can win elections. She is sure that the petitioners will file appeal against her order in Supreme Court and the CM will be convicted there. But this will take another 6 months at least. Meanwhile, as per Mrs. X’s calculations, the pro-poor CM’s party can win the elections which will promise development to the State for another five years.

 She decided to revoke the trial court order and acquit the CM. Following are the thoughts which run in her mind when she took this decision:

      1. By upholding laws as a Judge, I was not able to do anything substantial for people’s welfare
      2. Rule of Law just exists in letter not in spirit
      3. By this judgment I’m only delaying the punishment to CM not preventing it
      4. My conscience tells, if minor violations of law can benefit poor, I should do so
      5. Ethics in-built in laws can be violated for ethics in-built in conscience.

 

Is the decision of Mrs. X ethically, right? Justify your stand. (20M, 250W)


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