Law Minister targets judiciary again, ‘collegium’ opponents share video of retired judges – Marathi News | Kiren Rijiju shares video of ex judge amid judiciary govt standoff
New Delhi :
Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju has once again targeted the judiciary by sharing a video of his interview on Twitter in support of the opinion of a retired judge of the High Court who stated that the Supreme Court hijacked the Constitution by taking the decision of appointing judges to itself.
In the background of disagreements between the government and the judiciary over the appointment of judges, Rijiju asked retired Justice R. S. While sharing the video of Sodhi’s interview on Twitter, the caption ‘This is the judge’s voice’ and ‘Majority of people also have the same common sense’ is also given. Rijiju said that actually majority of people also have the same thoughts. Only those who ignore the provisions and mandate of the Constitution think that they are above the Constitution.
What exactly did Saedhi say in the interview?
In an interview, retired Justice R. S. Sodhi says that Parliament has the right to make laws. The Supreme Court cannot legislate, because it has no power to do so. But, here I felt the Constitution was hijacked by the Supreme Court for the first time, when the court took over the appointment of judges and made it clear that the government had no role to play in it. Justice R. S. This interview given by Sodhi is in Hindi.
Our work does not reach 99 per cent people: Chief Justice
– Our work does not reach 99 percent of the people of the country, Chief Justice Dhananjay Chandrachud expressed the opinion at the event of ‘Council of Maharashtra and Goa’ in Mumbai on Saturday.
– He also hinted at translating court decisions into Hindi and other Indian languages through artificial intelligence (AI).
The real beauty of Indian democracy lies in its success. The people rule through their representatives. Elected representatives represent the interests of the people and make laws. Our judiciary is independent and our constitution is supreme.
– Kiren Rijiju, Law Minister