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Has judiciary drawn battle lines against government

The differences and tussle between the organs of government - executive, legislature and judiciary has been apparent from quite a while now. In last few days, judiciary had been scathing in its attack on government s inordinate delay in appointment of judges. The judiciary had gone to the extent of asking the Centre to send back the names which were recommended for the appointment of judges if there was any difference of opinion. Recently, the government rejected 43 names handpicked by the Supreme Court Collegium, led by Chief Justice of India T.S. Thakur, for judicial appointments in various High Courts. As per the rule and procedure followed in appointment of judges, if the judiciary collegium reiterates its recommendations, the executive is bound to accept them and clear the names for appointment as judges. The battle lines seem drawn with Chief Justice of India T.S. Thakur refusing to accept the government s rejection of 43 names recommended by the Collegium and standing by it. The Supreme Court Collegium met again on November 15, 2016 after the government sent back the 43 names and decided to reiterate all the 43 names sent back to them. It has been reported that the government has accepted the 34 names for appointment as judges and rejected 43 names out of the total of 77 names recommended by the Collegium.

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