Kapil Sibal News: Union Minister Kiren Rijiju had said that some retired judges have become part of the anti-India gang. Senior advocate Kapil Sibal has now reacted to Rijiju’s statement.
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Kapil Sibal on Kiren Rijiju’s Statement: Union Law Minister on retired judges Kiren Rijiju There has been a ruckus on the statement of Senior Supreme Court advocate and Samajwadi Party’s Rajya Sabha MP Kapil Sibal has taunted Rijiju by tweeting. Kapil Sibal has said that Rijiju said that some retired judges are part of the ‘anti-India gang’. My response to this is that some politicians in the government are part of the ‘Pata Nahi Kya Kehte Hain Gang’.
In a private function, Union Minister Kiren Rijiju had said, “Some retired judges and activists, who have become part of the anti-India gang, are trying to make the judiciary play the role of the opposition party.” He said, “We will not allow this ‘tukde-tukde gang’ to destroy our integrity and sovereignty.”
Rijiju: A few retired judges are part of an “anti-India gang”.
My response : A few politicians in government are part of “the know not what they say gang”
Kapil Sibal (@KapilSibal) Mar 19, 2023
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Action will be taken against such elements – Rijiju
Rijiju said, “Some people go to the court and say that the government should be reined in and the policy of the government should be changed. These people want the judiciary to play the role of the opposition party, which cannot be possible.” He said, “How can these people say openly that Indian judiciary should be face to face with the government. What kind of propaganda is this? Action will be taken against such people. No one will be able to escape.
Rijiju once again criticized the collegium system related to the appointment of judges and said, “It happened only because of the mistakes of the Congress and later the Supreme Court started working like this. After that the collegium system came into existence. He said, “Until a new system is implemented, we will follow the collegium system, but judges cannot be appointed by judicial order.”
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