It is wrong to say that Collegians do not have appointment data. CJI said – 50 judges were evaluated, optional parameters are being created

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CJI said that I look at criticism from an optimistic perspective, which helps in improving the system.  (file photo) - Dainik Bhaskar

CJI said that I look at criticism from an optimistic perspective, which helps in improving the system. (file photo)

CJI DY Chandrachud said- It is wrong to say that the Supreme Court Collegium does not have the data to evaluate the judges being considered for appointment. We have created a platform in which 50 judges of the country have been evaluated to be appointed as Supreme Court judges. Our objective is to prepare alternative parameters for the selection of Supreme Court and High Court judges. That is why it is wrong to say that there is no factual data in it.

The CJI said these things during the Ram Jethmalani Memorial Lecture at the NDMC Convention Center in Delhi on Friday, September 15. He said that it often happens that people come and have ideas, but they forget when they hand over the responsibility to the next person. However, I look at criticism from an optimistic perspective, which helps improve the system.

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Recommended to make 18 additional judges permanent judges
On the other hand, on September 14, the Supreme Court Collegium recommended appointing 18 additional judges of different High Courts as permanent judges. This includes 7 judges of Allahabad High Court and 11 judges of Punjab and Haryana High Court. This decision was taken after the recommendation of the High Court Collegium as well as the consent of the Chief Ministers and Governors of the states.

The collegium has recommended the names of Allahabad High Court Justice Umesh Chandra Sharma, Justice Renu Aggarwal, Justice Ram Manohar Narayan Mishra, Justice Mayank Kumar Jain, Justice Shiv Shankar Prasad, Justice Gajendra Kumar and Justice Nalin Kumar Srivastava.

Whereas, Justice Nidhi Gupta of Punjab and Haryana High Court, Justice Sanjay Vashishtha, Justice Tribhuvan Dahiya, Justice Namit Kumar, Justice Harkesh Manuja, Justice Aman Choudhary, Justice Naresh Singh Shekhawat, Justice Harsh Bangar, Justice Jagmohan Bansal, Justice Deepak Manchanda and Justice Alok Are included.

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The Central Government has advised the Supreme Court that its representatives should also be included in the collegium. Law Minister Kiren Rijiju has written a letter to the CJI saying that including government representatives in the process of appointment of judges will bring transparency in the system and also ensure accountability towards the public. Read the full news…

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