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CFD SALUTES THE FOUR HON’BLE JUDGES FOR MAKING HISTORY IN JUDICIARY

 

The four senior most judges  of the Supreme Court have done a singular service to the nation by  highlighting their concerns by way of the Press conference.  It is obvious that their  main purpose  was  to warn the nation against  the dangerous drift towards arbitrariness and  questionable procedures adopted by the Chief Justice of India  which  adversely impact the administration of justice.On this historic issue Democracy For Citizen (CFD) called a meeting and decide to raise this issue in public for the sack of  Nation building , Justise and to save the democracy in the country .

 

The judges have rightly said In their Pres conference that unless this institution i.e. the Supreme Court is preserved and it maintains its equanimity, democracy will not survive in this  country or in any other country. No doubt that the Chief Justice of India has the prerogative to fix benches for particular cases but this power cannot be exercised in arbitrary manner against established judicial norms.

 

Present Chief Justice of India appears to  have violated those settled judicial norms and  healthy    precedents in the garb of his prerogative.  While it was the duty and obligation of the Bar Councils and Advocates associations to raise their voice against such undemocratic and arbitrary  drift, we are  anguished to note that   these councils and associations, barring few distinguished advocates, have miserably failed at this critical juncture of our nation.

 

We hope that the present Chief Justice, in league with fellow judges, would rise to the occasion and function in such a way that would restore the public confidence  in the Supreme Court as a citadel of justice and a  bulwark of democracy.  We salute  Justice Chelameswar, Justice Gogoi, Justice Madan Lokur and Justice Kurien Joseph for what they have done;  and are sure that  their names will be written in golden letters in the judicial history and democratic annals of this country.

N.D.Pancholi           Anil Sinha        14th January, 2018

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