इंडियन आवाज़     23 Apr 2018 11:18:57      انڈین آواز

Not just Judiciary, other pillars of Democracy also in danger: Sharad Yadav

AMN /New Delhi


After four sitting Judges of the Supreme Court came out before the media to air their grievances on the administration in the Apex court, former Janata Dal (united) leader Sharad yadav on Friday said that not just the Judiciary but other pillars of Democracy were also in danger .

‘The judiciary was one of the most important pillars of Democracy. Not only this but other pillars are also in danger, ‘Mr Yadav said in a statement here. Please log in to get detailed story.

In a tweet Yadav said : “In the history of this nation for the first time that the sitting Judges had to come out to speak before d media about their complaints. It is a dark day for democracy that even the Judges are working under pressure & without independence.”

“Very serious & critical that four sitting Judges of the Supreme Court of India for d first time in d history of India came out before the media to air their grievances. Judiciary is one of d most important pillars of democracy & not only this but other pillars are also in danger,” he said.
CJI should give explanation on charges made by Judges : AAP

AMN / New Delhi

Senior Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Ashutosh on Friday asked Chief Justice of India (CJI) Dipak Misra to give an explanation to the nation on the issue raised by the four judges of the Supreme Court.

“This is extra ordinary and unprecedented. Judges holding PC. Now the position of CJI is very vulnerable. He should explain to the nation,” the AAP leader tweeted after senior-most Judge of the Supreme Court, Justice Jasti Chelameswar, along with three other apex court judges of the SC collegium addressed a news conference raising their concern on the administration in the Apex court and slamming the CJI by saying that such departures from convention had already damaged the image of the judiciary.

Calling the issue a ‘serious’ threat to Indian Democracy, Ashutosh said, “last Pillar is also crumbling. Needs serious remedial steps.”

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