This Constitution Bench of Supreme Court will hear 13 cases

This Constitution Bench of Supreme Court will hear 13 cases

This Constitution Bench of Supreme Court will hear 13 cases

Justice Kurian Joseph, one of the four senior Supreme Court judges who virtually revolted against the country's chief justice over "selective" case allocation and certain judicial orders, today expressed confidence that the the issues raised by them would be resolved.

Meanwhile, court sources said it was not confirmed whether the CJI on Monday met the four judges who had hurled accusations against him at their controversial press conference on January 12.

A seven-member delegation of the BCI had met CJI on Sunday, and after the meeting had assured that the crisis in the Supreme Court will be sorted out soon.

Vikas Singh, the president of the Supreme Court Bar Association, handed over a resolution to Justice Misra, which appeared to support the four judges and said all public interest litigation should be taken up by senior judges.

Mr Mishra also said, there is no need of any action on these four judges as all of them are honest and men of integrity.

The benches in Court Number two, three, four and five headed by the rebel judges, Justice J. Chelameswar, Justice Ranjan Gogoi, Justice Madan B. Lokur and Justice Kurian Joseph, respectively attended to their business as usual.

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Hectic parleys took place throughout the day, with lawyers meeting different judges, including Justice Arun Mishra who heard Mumbai special judge B S Loya's death case.

"This is an extraordinary event in the history of any nation, more particularly this nation and an extraordinary event in the institution of judiciary ..." That is what we said there (in New Delhi) yesterday. Four of us are convinced, the democracy will not survive. There are many things less than desirable that have happened in the last few months...

"When judge Loya died, the Chief Justice of India should have initiated suo moto inquiry".

While political parties have tried to distance away from the matter saying it is an internal matter of the judiciary, which it must look and take care of, but it does not seem to suggest that it is a matter of judiciary.

Coming out after nearly an hour-long meeting with the CJI, Mishra said the panel held talks with the judges in a very congenial atmosphere and all of them had assured him that the problem would be resolved.

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