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India Supreme Court judges vs CJI Dipak Misra Live: Congress says issues raised are extremely disturbing

17:08  12 january  2018
17:08  12 january  2018 Source:   hindustantimes.com

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The Opposition described the judges ’ allegations as “ disturbing ” and “ extremely serious”, with Congress president Rahul Gandhi saying that the points raised by them were “ extremely important”.

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In a first, four sitting judges of the Supreme Court of India held a press conference on Friday saying that the administration of the country’s highest court was not in order.

The judges also warned that democracy would not survive in the country unless the institution was preserved. The conference that highlighted the growing rift between senior justices and the Chief Justice of India, Dipak Misra, was held at Justice Chelameswar’s residence in New Delhi.

Here are the live updates:

8:00 pm: Social activist Anna Hazare said the areas of concern flagged by the four senior judges of the apex court “show that there is some kind of a nexus between some people in this government and some judges”.

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Training his guns on the Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra , Justice Chelameswar said : "We tried to persuade the CJI (even today morning) but we failed.

The charge against Chief Justice Dipak Misra is serious. They have confirmed that the Supreme Court is facing a serious crisis of legitimacy. But this case is not about these issues . The judges can institutionally advocate reform.

7:47 pm: Congress statement on the four Supreme Court Judges press conference.


7:45 pm : All citizens who love the idea of justice are looking at this issue, needs to be addressed: Rahul Gandhi 


7:44 pm: Unprecedented points raised by the honourable judges need to be looked into carefully, even Justice Loya’s death needs to be investigated properly: Rahul Gandhi

7:41 pm: Congress president Rahul Gandhi says Justice Loya case must be looked at by highest levels of the SC. The four judges who criticised the CJI are the senior most judges of the court after Dipak Misra

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7:36 pm: Observations made by Hon Judges are extremely disturbing and have far reaching consequences: RS Surjewala,Congress

6:40 pm: Supreme Court termed as a “serious matter” the issue of alleged mysterious death of special CBI judge B H Loya, who was hearing the Sohrabuddin Seikh encounter case, and asked Maharashtra government to file his autopsy report. 

“This is a serious issue. We would like counsel for state of Maharashtra to seek instructions and file the post mortem report and other relevant documents by January 15,” a bench of Justices Arun Mishra and M M Shantanagoudar said.

6:22 pm: Attorney General K K Venugopal said the unprecedented move by the four senior Supreme Court judges in holding a press conference “could have been avoided” and the judges would now have to act in “statesmanship” to ensure complete harmony. “What has happened today could have been avoided. The judges will now have to act in statesmanship and ensure that the divisiveness is wholly neutralised and total harmony and mutual understanding will prevail in future,” he said.

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6:00 pm: Former judge R S Sodhi criticised the appeal made by four judges of the Supreme Court of India, said they showed Chief Justice Dipak Misra in a poor light, reports ANI. “Issues do not matter, but it is their complaint on administration that matters. They are only four but there are 23 others. These four got together and showed the chief justice in poor light. It is immature and childish behaviour. I think all four judges should be impeached,” Sodhi said.

5:56 pm: The judiciary is independent and reputed. They will resolve it themselves: MoS Law PP Chaudhary on Supreme Court crisis.

5:20 pm: Former attorney general Shrihari Aney said, “These are very senior judges & come only after CJI. They wouldn’t have taken the step without thinking. If it has fallen upon them to take action, it’s up to us to understand what led to that.”

5:05 pm: West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee voices “anguish” over the happenings in the Supreme Court. “We are deeply anguished with the developments today about the Supreme Court.

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In an unprecedented move, 4 sitting judges of Supreme Court , Justice Chelameshwar, Justice Ranjan Gogoi, Justice Madan Lokur and Justice Kurien Joseph have gone on public complaining against the CJI , Dipak Misra .

Fissures in the Supreme Court burst out in the open on Friday when its four senior-most judges took an unprecedented way of addressing the media to accuse the Chief Justice of India ( CJI ) Dipak Misra of breaching rules in assigning cases to appropriate benches

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“We are deeply anguished with the developments today about the Supreme Court. What we are getting from the statement of the four senior Hon’ble Judges of Supreme Court about the affairs of the court makes us really sad as citizens,” Banerjee, also Trinamool Congress chief, said in a statement. 

“Judiciary and the media are the pillars of democracy. Extreme interference of central government with judiciary is dangerous for democracy,” she said.

5:00 pm: Congress leaders and senior advocates Salman Khurshid, Manish Tewari and P Chidambaram arrive at Rahul Gandhi’s residence.

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4:57 pm: Have known him for a long time. When I came to know of the extraordinary step taken by him & other judges, I thought must meet him. Not giving it political colour. These are concerns for everybody, it’s about future of country & democracy: CPI leader D Raja on meeting Justice Chelameshwar. 

4:54 pm: Former Solicitor General of India N Santosh Hegde said he was “devastated” by their action which has caused “irreparable” damage to the institution.

“As a retired judge of the Supreme Court, I feel devastated.

“For some reason or the other, their cause is justified, (but) relief they are seeking is wrong...going to the media? No. Judiciary was always considered as a family. Family disputes are never taken to the streets,” Hedge said.

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A three- judge SC bench headed by CJI Dipak Misra had recalled a previous SC order on RP Luthra vs Union of India case saying finalisation of MOP was not. said and was reiterated by the four judges as well in their letter to the CJI .

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4:51 pm: Senior advocates K T S Tulsi, former union law ministers Salman Khurshid and Ashwini Kumar, former judges Justice R S Sodhi and Justice Mukul Mudgal expressed concern over the unprecedented press conference. 

“I am so pained at the outcome of the things... It is appalling. How can you administer Supreme Court by press conference. Are you going to hold a referendum and ask people what is right and wrong,” Justice Sodhi said.

“I am sure they (four judges) have exhausted all other remedies. One could see pain on their faces while they were speaking. The whole matter is with respect to judicial propriety. The question is of natural justice. Whatever is the law for common man, it is applied much more rigorously as far as judges are concerned because they must always be above suspicion,” Tulsi said.

Senior advocate Indira Jaising welcomed the move and congratulated the four judges

4:35 pm: Former finance minister and BJP senior leader Yashwant Sinha said he “stands firmly” with the four judges of the Supreme Court.

  Supreme Court judges vs CJI Dipak Misra Live: Congress says issues raised are extremely disturbing © Hindustan Times

4.20pm: The Supreme Court Bar Association will meet in New Delhi on January 13 to discuss the aftermath of the press conference held by four senior judges, complaining about the functioning of the top court.

4.15pm: A former CJI and two other judges term the press meet “unprecedented”, according to a report by IANS. Former Chief Justice KG Balakrishnan said he was neither for nor against the four judges on what they did. “What is happening is very unfortunate and this should have been avoided.”

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Aircel-Maxis case: Supreme Court says govt can probe officer, but ED backs him. But the current crisis is of different magnitude as the four judges have raised some very pertinent issues about the administrative functions of the CJI . Dipak Misra . supreme court .

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4:00pm: Congress leader and senior advocate Kapil Sibal to meet party president Rahul Gandhi at 5pm today over the press conference by the four Supreme Court judges.

3.30pm: The CPI(M) said a thorough investigation was needed to understand how the independence and integrity of judiciary was being affected.

2.34pm: Congress says “democracy is in danger”. The party’s official Twitter handle says: “We are very concerned to hear 4 judges of the Supreme Court expressed concerns about the functioning of the Supreme Court. #DemocracyInDanger,”. 

2.20pm: Support and backlash after Supreme Court judges criticise CJI.

2.10pm: Judges had to come before media and take this unprecedented step. This means that there is a serious dispute, either with Chief Justice of India (CJI) or some internal dispute, says PB Sawant, former Supreme Court judge.

1.54pm: Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to law minister RS Prasad about the allegations made by the 4 Supreme Court judges: ANI quoting sources.

1.40pm: Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra to address the media at 2 pm, Attorney General to also accompany him, reports ANI news agency.

  Supreme Court judges vs CJI Dipak Misra Live: Congress says issues raised are extremely disturbing © Reuters

1.18pm: I think all four judges should be impeached, they have no business to sit there and deliver verdicts anymore. This trade unionism is wrong. Democracy in danger is not for them to say. We have parliament, courts, police functioning: Justice RS Sodhi (Retd)

1.11pm: We are not mentioning details only to avoid embarrassing the institution but note that such departures have already damaged the image of this institution to some extent: Supreme Court judges in letter to CJI.

1.08pm: The four judge’s had written a letter to the CJI two months ago airing their grievance about selective assigning of important cases to judges who are junior to them.

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12.45pm: Cases having far-reaching consequences for the nation were assigned to benches of their preference without any rationale. Not mentioning details only to maintain the integrity of the organisation: Letter written by the 4 judges to CJI.

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12.35pm: There is an issue of assignment of a case which is raised in that letter (to CJI): Justice Ranjan Gogoi, on being asked further if it is about CBI Judge BH Loya.

12.30pm: “We are not saying anything,” judges say when asked if they want the CJI to be impeached. 12.29pm: “Nobody is breaking ranks... Don’t put words in our mouths,” Justice Madan Lokur says when asked if it’s a no-confidence vote against CJI.

12.27pm: Construe it as a sign of responsibility to the nation and not protest: Justice Gogoi

12.25pm: We are speaking for ourselves. We didn’t discuss this with anyone else: Justice Chelameswar on being asked if this was a consensus view.

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12.20pm: We tried to persuade the CJI to take steps but failed. Unless the institution of Supreme Court is preserved, democracy won’t survive in this country: Justice Chelameswar.

12.17pm: Justice Chelameswar: Don’t want people to say 20 years later that we did not take care of the institution.

12.16pm: “Administration of the Supreme Court is not in order. Time and again as senior members of the court, we thought we hold responsibility to the nation to the institution,” says Justice Chelameswar.

12.10pm: Jasti Chelameswar, Madan Lokur, Kurian Joseph have arrived at the venue. Waiting for Justice Ranjan Gogoi.

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Supreme Court bars all High Courts from hearing any petition on Judge BH Loya death case .
Supreme Court bars all High Courts from hearing any petition on Judge BH Loya death caseObserving that the Loya case must be "heard in an objective manner" since the matter is related to the death of a judge, the Supreme Court transferred the Public Interest Litigations (PILs) filed in the Mumbai High Court and its Nagpur bench to itself. The matter will be next heard on February 2.

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