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    The Chief Minister of AP complains against an SC judge

    The Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh,Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy has made a complaint to Chief Justice of India S.A. against a senior Supreme Court Judge Justice Ramana. He urged the CJI Bobde to ensure that the State's judicial neutrality is maintained. The letter he has written in this connection is also released to the public.

    The Chief Minister is facing many complaints against him and there are around 31 cases against him and CBI is enquiring about these cases. Justice Ramana on whom Jagan companied is heading the bench hearing a PIL to fast-track criminal cases pending against former and current lawmakers. Mr Reddy is also there in the lawmakers mentioned in the PIL.

    The Delhi bar association came against the CM heavily on this. Some law experts say, even though he has written letter, he might not have made the letter public. Some lawyers describe the action of the CM as contempt of course.

    I like to know the views of the members of ISC.
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    As the huge number of cases of AP CM Jagan Mohan Reddy is coming closer for hearing and testimony, the tension is mounting on him and he even told the public that these cases were hoisted by ex CM Chandrababu Naidu and if even convicted he shall serve the people. That means there is a uneasy feeling inside and that started blame game on judges to his cases. His contention is that while Chandrababu Naidu could get the choice of his judges for his cases, where as he was denied the choice of judge. That is really demeaning the very office of judge. Judgements and orders are pronounced on the basis of the evidence and proofs to which every judge is competent enough to deal with the cases and Jagan allegations has now giving doubts that politicians do have the access to chose and manage judges and hence SC has taken the issue seriously.
    K Mohan @ Moga
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

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