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Govt sending back names reiterated by Collegium matter of concern: SC
1/6/2023 10:12:13 PM

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NEW DELHI, Jan 6: The Supreme Court said on Friday it is a "matter of concern" that the government is sending back the names reiterated by the Collegium for judgeship in constitutional courts despite there being nothing in the present scenario to prevent the appointment post reiteration.
A bench of Justices S K Kaul and A S Oka observed that nothing prevents the legislature from bringing in a better system for appointment of judges to constitutional courts but till the time the law holds it must be implemented.
Advocate Prashant Bhushan, appearing for one of the petitioners, said even the names reiterated by the Collegium have been sent back by the government. "That is a matter of concern. We have already flagged it in the last order," said the bench, which was hearing a matter related to the alleged delay by the Centre in clearing the names recommended by the Collegium for appointment as judges to the Supreme Court and high courts.
It said the government may have its own views when a recommendation is made but it can't be kept on hold without sending back the comments on it.
"What is to be done is that comments can be sent to us. We will look into the comments, see whether we want to reiterate it or drop the name. If we reiterate the name, then there is, as per the present scenario, nothing which can prevent the appointment," it said.
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