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Prof K Nageshwar: Jagan vs Judges: What, why and How? (Video)

         Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddys letter to the Chief Justice of India making serious allegations on the senior judge of the Supreme Court and judges of high court raises several serious questions. What will Chief Justice do on this letter is widely debated both in the political and legal circles.

The letter makes serious allegations on Supreme Court senior Judge Justice NV Ramana, who is to take over as Chief Justice of India in April, 2021. Besides, the Chief Minister in his letter makes serious allegations on the High Court Judges too. Chief Minister alleges that two daughters, relatives and associates of Justice NV Ramana are the beneficiaries in questionable land transactions in the Amaravati Region which the government of Andhra Pradesh calls as insider trading. The Chief Minister has not only complained to Chief Justice but made public his allegations of financial impropriety on a sitting Judge of the apex court.

No action on the part of the Chief Justice on such grave charges would undermine the peoples confidence in the integrity, probity and independence of highest judiciary. Truth needs to be established. If the Chief Ministers allegations are proved wrong, he will attract punishment under the contempt of court provisions for undermining the image of a Judge of the apex court in the eyes of the people. This is not to take a stand on the veracity of the allegations but inaction would only shatter the peoples confidence in the integrity, probity and independence of judiciary. The Chief Minister chose to place the allegations of misconduct of the sitting judge of Supreme Court in public domain as Article 211 of the Constitution of India prevents any such thing to be raised in Legislature. But, unless the Chief Minister establishes the truth in public interest, the Chief Minister is liable for contempt of court.

The Chief Ministers letter further alleges that Justice N V Ramana has been influencing the sittings of the High Court including the roster of few honourable judges and matters important to TDP have been allocated to select Judges. Thus the Chief Minister concludes in his letter that there is a nexus between Justice Ramana, TDP and few Judges of High Court.

 

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Prof K Nageshwar:  Jagan vs Judges: What, why and How? (Video)
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Prof K Nageshwar: Jagan vs Judges: What, why and How? (Video)
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Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddys letter to the Chief Justice of India making serious allegations on the senior judge of the Supreme Court and judges of high court raises several serious questions. What will Chief Justice do on this letter is widely debated both in the political and legal circles. The letter makes serious allegations on Supreme Court senior Judge Justice NV Ramana, who is to take over as Chief Justice of India in April, 2021. Besides, the Chief Minister in his letter makes serious allegations on the High Court Judges too. Chief Minister alleges that two daughters, relatives and associates of Justice NV Ramana are the beneficiaries in questionable land transactions in the Amaravati Region which the government of Andhra Pradesh calls as insider trading. The Chief Minister has not only complained to Chief Justice but made public his allegations of financial impropriety on a sitting Judge of the apex court. No action on the part of the Chief Justice on such grave charges would undermine the peoples confidence in the integrity, probity and independence of highest judiciary. Truth needs to be established. If the Chief Ministers allegations are proved wrong, he will attract punishment under the contempt of court provisions for undermining the image of a Judge of the apex court in the eyes of the people. This is not to take a stand on the veracity of the allegations but inaction would only shatter the peoples confidence in the integrity, probity and independence of judiciary. The Chief Minister chose to place the allegations of misconduct of the sitting judge of Supreme Court in public domain as Article 211 of the Constitution of India prevents any such thing to be raised in Legislature. But, unless the Chief Minister establishes the truth in public interest, the Chief Minister is liable for contempt of court. The Chief Ministers letter further alleges that Justice N V Ramana has been influencing the sittings of the High Court including the roster of few honourable judges and matters important to TDP have been allocated to select Judges. Thus the Chief Minister concludes in his letter that there is a nexus between Justice Ramana, TDP and few Judges of High Court.

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