Your editorial in CSR Vision's August '14 issue throwing light on the pressure by the Executive on the Judiciary in the appointment of higher courts' judges in the outgoing collegium system is more than factual.
In my opinion the appointments under the new panel to be set up under the National Judicial Appointment Commission appear better but will cause delay in appointments. It requires the sittings by all the panelists like Chief Justice of India, his two nominee judges, Minister of Law and Justice and two nominated (by government?) prominent citizens.
In collegium, judges only were to meet and decide and to namesake consult the government. The meeting of collegium was not that difficult but under the new system, to get the three non-judicial members in the meeting may not be frequently available hence delay.
My humble suggestion for CSR Vision is to reserve a page in every issue for airing the views of the readers and experts very briefly by invitations on sinking judiciary and showing the remedies for saving it from collapse.
This can go a long way in serving the Mission Justice.
Chairman and Managing Trustee,
Forum For Fast Justice.
Congratulations!! On excellent coverage on ‘Change’ and ‘Politics’ via the “CSR Vision”.
The 8 pointer (June- 2014 Issue) for the “change leader” men is an important guideline to be followed by the leaders.
The academicians and the scholars have got an opportunity to prove that they can be among the builders of the society by providing UNBIASED feedback and survey of people to the government and its institution’s.
This would lead to change in the way Academicians are perceived in the society and ultimate will command respect.
Indeed, its pleasure to note that we share the common idea of how the society can be benefitted in this today’s materialistic world.
Thanks & regards,
Umesh N. Jhawar
VP & Head – Strategy & Investor Relations
Arihant Superstructures Ltd