The recent Nupur Sharma issue had created superheated steam that blew the boiler room apart in the BJP offices. It should not have been, and could have been avoided, had there been some rules laid down by the party for those manning the frontlines.
A very important matter was listed before the CJI, which could impact the funding of different political parties across country.The Supreme Court of India today has decided to hear this case which pertains to law for issuance of electoral bonds.
Allahabad High Court while hearing a PIL filed by Rajan Singh observed that on the basis of differences in the press release of the Election Commission, it cannot be said that the interests of the voters or candidates are being adversely affected due to these reasons.
It is vital for any country governed by the rule of law that its judges decide cases solely on the evidence presented by parties and law. Judicial accountability vanishes when a judge travels beyond the case and makes unnecessary remarks in his decisions. This would set a precarious precedent and is undesirable.