- Advertisement -
HomeIndiaAfter the retirement of Justice Nariman, the way for the appointment of...

After the retirement of Justice Nariman, the way for the appointment of judges in the Supreme Court will be clear? know their opinion

- Advertisement -


  • Justice Nariman said – Merit should be paramount in the appointment of judges
  • In favor of recommending the names of two senior judges from the High Court for SC
  • In the tenure of 7 years as a judge, more than 13500 cases were disposed of.

New Delhi
Supreme Court Justice Rohinton F. Nariman retired on Thursday. Justice Nariman is the fifth such judge in the history of the Supreme Court to be made a Justice of the Supreme Court directly from a lawyer (Bar). Justice Nariman, during his tenure of seven years as a judge, disposed of more than 13500 cases and wrote about 400 judgments. These include important decisions like triple talaq case, IT Act 66A and fundamental right to privacy. Justice Nariman was one of those judges who rarely reserved their judgment for more than a month.

Will the way for appointment to the Supreme Court be opened?
After the retirement of Justice Nariman, the question is now arising whether the way for appointment to the Supreme Court will be opened. Will the Supreme Court Collegium dispute end and a consensus will be reached in it? As a member of the collegium, Justice Nariman was of the view that no consensus can be reached on names in the collegium unless the names of two judges are recommended from the All India Seniority List of Judges of the High Court.

CJI on Justice Nariman’s retirement from Supreme Court: We are losing a lion in Judiciary
Now Justice Nageswara Rao will be involved
In the present Collegium of the Supreme Court, Chief Justice Justice N. Apart from V. Raman, Justice U. You. Lalit, Justice A. M. Khanwilkar, Justice D.Y. Includes Chandrachud. Justice Nageswara Rao will join it after Justice Nariman retires. The collegium has failed to recommend a single name to the government with effect from August 28, 2019. Now after the retirement of Justice Nariman, the way for consideration of other names will be opened.

Merit should be more important than other factors
Justice Rohinton Nariman said that merit should be paramount over other factors in appointment to Judiciary. In his farewell ceremony organized by the Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA), Justice Nariman said, “I believe that there is no ‘lawful expectation’ of anyone to come to this court. I believe there is a ‘legal expectation’ among the people of India and those who litigate to get quality justice from this last court.’

SC Collegium’s decision, information about appointment of judges will be given on website for transparency

Advocating for more direct promotion in the bench

“For this, it is very clear that merit should be paramount among other aspects. Merit always comes first.’ Justice Nariman said that it is time that there should be more direct promotion in this bench. He said, ‘I will also say this and advise those who get the opportunity of direct appointment, never say ‘no’. It is their sacred responsibility to return whatever they have got from this profession.

Made Senior Advocate at the age of 37
Justice Rohinton F Nariman, born on August 13, 1956, to the country’s veteran lawyer Fali S Nariman, studied in Delhi. He graduated from Shri Ram College of Commerce. After this he did LLB from Delhi University. He went to Harvard to study LLM. He started law in 1979. He was made a senior advocate at the age of 37. In 2011, at the age of 55, he was made the Solicitor General. After 35 years of illustrious practice, he was directly made a judge of the Supreme Court. He was sworn in as a Supreme Court Justice on 7 July 2014.


Source link

- Advertisement -

Related News

- Advertisement -

Must Read