An another but most vital aspect is that the process by which the aspirants (for HC Judges) are brought from lower judiciary to the level of District Judge has not yet been scanned either by Hon'ble CJI or his collegium otherwise the scenario would have been different. To pacify the rumpus forever first step should be to transfer the HC Judges from their parent HC/states soonest after the confirmation. Secondly the length of lower judicial service should be treated at par with the length of experience as legal practitioner as for as experience to higher judicial service is concerned. The day has come to conduct test for appointment to the post of HC Judges too but the question papers should contain facts, evidences....and the aspirants should be asked to pass judgment/order and thereafter Apex Court would evaluate the answers and the aspirants too personally by way of interaction.
The Independence of judiciary is the obligatory provision for democracy to exist.Its status should not be challenged or compromised with. However a provision be defined by the appex court to end chances of corruption in Judiciary if any.
I agree with mr. karun.
judiciary itself the paramount importance
Theory of Separation of powers says one organ of the Govt. shld not interefere in the affairs of the other. However proper checks and Balances shall be maintained.
Govt. shouldn't interfere in Jundiciary matters.
gov should not interfear in judiciary because at least judiciory is the field that people have interest and trust there is no political interfear in this field
The matter regarding appointment of judges should be left entirely on the judiciary. The Govt. should not meddle in it.
Let government be little wise and leave to interfere
the government should not interfere with the appointment of the judges at all as this may adversely affect the administration of justice...
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