We expect the Collegium recommendations for the High Court to be cleared quickly, as they were for the SC: NV Ramana, CJI In the last 10 days, the Collegium led by CJI Ramana has nominated 68 candidates for appointment to various High Courts. Prior to that, a number of recommendations were made. Chief Justice of India (CJI) NV Ramana said on Saturday that the Supreme Court Collegium has suggested the names of 82 people for appointment to various High Courts, and expressed hope that the Central government will resolve the matter as soon as possible. In this respect, CJI Ramana praised newly appointed Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju, who ensured that the nine names for Supreme Court nomination proposed by the Collegium on August 17 were cleared within a week.
"I told him (Kiren Rijiju) that there were nine people on the list, and he cleared them all within seven days. This was a world-record-breaking time. I anticipate the same pace for the High Court nominees we recommend. With a young and vibrant law minister in charge, we may expect quick beneficial changes "The Chief Justice of the International Court of Justice (CJI) said. The Chief Justice of India was speaking at an event hosted by the Bar Council of India to honor him. In the last 10 days, the Collegium led by CJI Ramana has nominated 68 candidates for appointment to various High Courts. Prior to that, a number of recommendations were made. "Yesterday, the Collegium proposed 82 candidates for the High Courts. We trust the Centre would clear these names in the same way as the Supreme Court's nine nominees were cleared "The Chief Justice of the International Court of Justice (CJI) said.
While the CJI earned a lot of acclaim for selecting nine justices to the Supreme Court in such a short period of time, he also stated that the whole Collegium was put in work. "You've all complimented me on my appointments, but I'm no Tendulkar. It was a collaborative effort (referring to the Supreme Court collegium) "he stated Union Minister Kiren Rijiju, who was also present at the event, stated that the central government will do all possible to enhance and support the judiciary's independence.
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