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Supreme Court against bringing judicial appointments under RTI

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The Supreme Court Wednesday expressed its reservations against bringing judicial appointments by the National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) under the Right To Information (RTI) Act and putting in public domain all kinds of adverse remarks made against the judges. A Constitution Bench headed by Justice J S Khehar said that transparency was indeed a “laudable object” but it may not be propitious to make public negative remarks made against the judges during deliberations by the NJAC. The NJAC has to be a six-member body, comprising the Chief Justice of India, two senior-most SC judges, Union Law Minister and two eminent persons.



See more at: Supreme Court against bringing judicial appointments under RTI | The Indian Express

Edited by akhilesh yadav

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