AGAIN CJI CENSURE ON SCREEN

 

New Delhi, April 20, (globelmedianews.com):
Opposition parties today filed a petition to Vice President Venkaiah Naidu seeking removal of chief justice Deepak Mishra. Seven party MPs signed the petition. That's the Congress. CPM, CPI, NCP, SP and BSP parties. Rajya Sabha's opposition leader Ghulam Nabi Azad said there are about 64 signatures in the petition. Among the parties who did not sign the petition included Trinamoola, Dravida and Munnetra Khajagam. The Congress party claimed that there were five reasons for CJI's allegations. Congress accused the chief judge of misusing his position. Around 50 MPs will have to support the Rajya Sabha for the censure resolution. However, a judge can be removed in two instances. It can be removed if it is proved that the judge's behavior is not right or ineffective. According to Article 124 of the Constitution, the Supreme Court has the possibility of removing the judge by the Presidential Order. If the two Houses of Parliament are passed by a special Majority and approve of the censure and send it to the President, he will issue the order. At least 100 MPs, Rajya Sabha MPs will have to give at least 50 signatures to the speaker or chairman if the Lok Sabha MP is on the verdict.


AGAIN CJI CENSURE ON SCREEN

This conspiracy resolution can be introduced before any session. Speaker or chairman can approve or deny this resolution. If the Speaker or Chairman will have to set up a three-member committee to prosecute the charges against the judge. Supreme Court Chief Justice or any other Judge, a High Court Chief Justice, and a Special Advocate shall be in that committee. If the committee is convinced that the charges against this judge are true, it can be allowed to discuss it in the House of Representatives. If the House approves the resolution with a special majority, it will have to pass in a separate House as well as a separate Majority. After that, the two houses will recommend the president to remove the judge. Finally, the President orders the removal of the judge. But in India's history, so far, no judge has been removed by Parliament. But some of the allegations of corruption were introduced by the censure motion.

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