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4 senior SC judges complain about CJI via press conference


New Delhi: In an unprecedented move, the second senior most in the Supreme Court J Chelameswar and three other senior judges today held a press conference on various issues relating to the apex court judiciary.

Besides Justice Chelameswar, the other judges were Justices Ranjan Gogoi, MB Lokur and Kurian Joseph.

The press conference was called at Justice Chelameswar’s residence here at Tughlaq Road.

judges, Justices J Chelameswar, Ranjan Gogoi, MB Lokur and Kurian Joseph raise issues including allocation of cases by Dipak Misra.

Justice J Chelameswar, the second senior most in the Supreme Court, today said the administration of the apex court is “sometimes not in order” and many “less than desirable things” have taken place.

“Sometimes administration of the Supreme Court is not in order and many things which are less than desirable have happened…,” Justice Chelameswar said. He added, “Unless this institution is preserved, democracy will not survive in this country”.

Here are some quotes from these judges:

“Four of us met the today morning and raised issues affecting the institution,” said Justice Chelameswar.

“Nobody is breaking the rank and it is discharge of debt to nation which we have done,” Justice Gogoi said.

“The situation in Supreme Court is not in order and many things have happened in recent past,” says Justice Chelameswar.

“We tried to persuade Chief Justice of India that certain things are not in order. Unfortunately, we have failed”: Justice Chelameswar.

It is an extremly painful moment for all four of us and there is no pleasure in holding this press conference: Justice Chelameswar.

“We do not want people to say 20 years later that all four senior-most judges sold their souls,” said Justice Chelameswar.


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