Like collegium system ‘alien’ to the constitution, Law Minister Kiren Rijiju raised big questions

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Rijiju said- In which provision is the collegium system mentioned?
He said that there are flaws in the collegium system and people are raising voice that this system is not transparent.

New Delhi. The process adopted for the appointment of judges in the judicature of the country is called collegium system. It is in discussion these days. This time the country’s Law Minister Kiren Rijiju has made a verbal attack on the collegium system. He described the collegium system as an unfamiliar ‘alien’ to the Indian Constitution.

Attacking the system of appointment of Supreme Court and High Court judges on Friday, the Law Minister said that the collegium system is a ‘absolutely unfamiliar’ term for the Constitution. He said that the Supreme Court, in its discretion, constituted the Collegium through a court decision. He also mentioned that before 1991 all judges were appointed by the government.

At the English news channel ‘Times Now’ summit, Minister Kiren Rijiju said that the Constitution of India is a sacred document for everyone and especially for the government. He said, “Anything can become completely alien to the Constitution because of the decision of the courts or some judges. In such a situation, how can you expect that the country will support that decision.

Rijiju said- In which provision is the collegium system mentioned?
Rijiju said that the collegium system is a completely unfamiliar term for our constitution. He said, “You tell me in which provision the collegium system has been mentioned. He said that there are flaws in the collegium system and people are raising voice that this system is not transparent. He said, “There is no accountability either. ,

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