The Supreme Court on Wednesday expressed strong displeasure over the Central government's act of “cherry picking” names for appointment to Tribunals from the waiting list and not appointing the members, whose names were recommended by the Search-cum-selection committees headed by Supreme Court Judges.
According to the List of Supreme Court and High Court Judges, published on September 1, 2021 by the Department of Justice, Ministry of Law and Justice, the Madras High Court is currently working at a strength of 56 judges, including 46 Permanent Judges and 10 Additional Judges.
The recent appointments to the apex court have come like a fresh breeze not only for those connected to the judiciary but also for citizens in general because every appointment in the top court has a direct impact on the justice delivery system.
Chief Justice of India Justice N.V. Ramana will administer the oath of office to the nine judge-designates at 10.30 am on Tuesday, August 31 in a ceremony to be held in the auditorium of the Supreme Court's Additional Building Complex.
Chief Justice of India N. V. Ramana on Wednesday expressed his anguish and concerns over certain speculations and reports in the media regarding the Collegium recommendations for the appointment of Supreme Court judges, even before the selection process was finalised.
The critical case was assigned to Justice Chanda by the Calcutta high court’s master of the roster, Acting Chief Justice Rajesh Bindal. While the authenticity of the pictures has not been questioned at all.
Hon’ble Bench of two Supreme Court Judges directed the man Nilesh to deposit 30 lakh amount before the trial court. The court noted that Nilesh had already withdrawn the petition before the Gujarat High Court.