While various High Courts framed rules based on the ruling, those who loved the "square gown" started thinking of ways and means to add up more points or marks to their tally. Suddenly, some aspirants became public-spirited and began volunteering for pro bono work, while others who struggled to draft a praecipe began submitting learned articles to legal journals, a feat inter alia achieved by engaging studious interns to do research and prepare draft articles!
In what could at worst have been a bailable offence, the local court remanded the Canadian student protestor Lois Sofia to judicial custody for 15 days! She was later let off, but the fact that merely using the F-word now lands one in jail, is something to ponder on.
Once upon a time, a Milord from a neighbouring State strayed into Gook's favourite High Court as its Chief Justice so that he could relax and enjoy the good times for a few months before he was ready to be placed as a decoration on some Commission post-retirement.
Gobble D Gook is rather happy with the Supreme Court judgment decriminalising homosexuality and reading down Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code.
All of them were/are articulate activists. They all have their distinct voices. And these voices are capable of resonating far and wide, and strike an emphatic chord in people's hearts. This Law-merick is Gook's trumpet in support of all such dissenting voices!