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इंडियन आवाज़     11 Dec 2018 08:31:05      انڈین آواز
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Full bench of SC should resolve differences among judges: SCBA

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The Supreme Court Bar Association Saturday today passed a resolution saying the differences of four senior-most judges with the Chief Justice should be considered by the full bench of the apex court.

Expressing concern over the differences between the senior judges and the CJI, SCBA said that all PILs should be looked into either by the CJI or senior judges who form part of the apex court collegium.

The bar body suggested that even the PILs listed for hearing on the 15th of this month be transferred from other benches to either the bench headed by the CJI or benches led by the members of the collegium.

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