Judiciary's attitude is not changed according to democracy adopted on 26 january 1950.
In Britishers time the administrators were dictators which became "Public Servants" with democracy. But in fact the attitude of public servants has no change since their is no punishment system is in hands of the master people of India and so their dictatorship attitude is continued.
In fact in every public service this dictatorship is still continued but in judiciary it is also seen in every part of its set up and function. Dress of orderly, address by 'Hon'ble Sir", call by the orderly like old time King's Darbaar...
Do the judges are holding honorary posts and appoint/selected/elected by the people whaich is called the honorary??? so they are being called "Hon'ble Sir" ?????
They judges are also simply "public servants" and hence they should give honour to their master citizen ofIndia who is the payr of their salary (it is not honorarium).
IT IS ONLY THAT; THEY HAVE BEEN ASSIGNED THE WORK TO MAKE A JUDGEMENT BASED ON THE EVIDENCE AND THEY HAVE NO HONORARY DISCRETIONARY POWERS.
THEREFORE, IT IS A NSULT OF CITIZENS BY CALLING THEM IN THIS MANNER AND THIS SYSTEM SHOULD BE THROWN OUT OF THE COUNTRY AS THE BRITISHERS ARE THROWN,
UNFORTUNATELY THERE IS NO COURT WHERE THE CITIZENS CAN FILE CASE FOR THIS INSULT BY THEIR SERVANTS.