Tuesday, September 15, 2009


The Chief Justice of India has summoned Jus. Dinakaran of Madras High Court to meet him. It appears that Jus. Dinakaran is to explain his side about the allegations (in circulation) against him, of accumulating "huge assets".

The CJI has done a good thing by inviting the Justice facing allegations. However, what is not clear is how wealthy lawyers get appointed as judges in High Courts. The process of High Court Judges' selection itself calls for a thorough scruitiny, though there could be, per se, no bar on wealthy persons becoming judges. Sometimes, particularly, in Andhra Pradesh, how is it that most of the candidates recommended for the post of High Court Judges belong to one politically dominant caste?

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