Home India ‘It’s up to the CJI to take a decision on CM’s letter’

    ‘It’s up to the CJI to take a decision on CM’s letter’

    0
    1

    ‘It depends on the CJI to take a decision on CM’s letter’

    The problem merits a major take a look at greater levels of judiciary, say BBA members


    The members of Bezawada Bar Association resolving the media in Vijayawada on Sunday.


    .

    The concern merits a severe take a look at greater levels of judiciary, say BBA members

    A few members of the Bezawada Bar Association (BBA) and the YSRCP Legal Cell have observed that the Chief Minister’s letter to the Chief Justice of India (CJI), implicating Justice N.V. Ramana, a judge of the Supreme Court, of affecting justice delivery in the Andhra Pradesh High Court should not be treated as an individual matter.

    ” A questions into it is a must for the sake of transparency and responsibility in the system. It’s up to the CJI to take a choice,” they said while addressing the media here on Sunday.

    ” Some legal representatives’ associations and Bar councils in the country are commenting on the issue when the matter merits a severe appearance at greater levels of judiciary,” stated BBA member B. Raghava Rao.

    ” Advocates’ associations ought to take care of the legal representatives’ well-being and desist from horning in the functioning of the system to be in the great books of a few officers,” said O. Gavaskar, another supporter. He likewise took objection to a few members of the BBA finding fault with the Chief Minister writing a letter to the CJI.

    Gag order on media

    “The gag order issued by the High Court restraining the media from covering any news on the FIR filed by the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) against a former Advocate-General in the supposed land fraud in Amaravati and the order staying further probe into the case are nothing however taking the system into one’s hands,” said Ch. Sai Ram, a member of the BBA.

    ” We are not versus any officer. But there ought to be a discussion on the gag order and the stay order,” he included.

    BBA members T. Mahesh, Nagaraju, Yadala James, and K. Venkateswara Sharma existed on the celebration.

    CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE
    Andhra Pradesh.
    ( the headline, this story has actually not been published by Important India News staff and is released from a syndicated feed.).

    LEAVE A REPLY

    Please enter your comment!
    Please enter your name here

    %d bloggers like this: