"Mahatma Gandhi once said,
'Means are more important than the end: it is only with the right
means that the desired end will follow.'
His philosophy is deep rooted in law too. Lord Denning, one of the
greatest judge of 20th century, in R Vs IRC Exparte Rossminster Ltd
1979 (3) All ELR 385 held, 'But it is fundamental in our law that
the means that are adopted ... should be lawful means. A good end
does not justify bad means.' "
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