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Youth Bar body demands Judges' transfer

Staff reporter, New Delhi
15/06/2017   0 Comments

The Youth Bar Association of India (YBAI) has demanded transfer of Judges to High Courts where they have not regularly practiced as Advocates, Bureaucracy Today has learnt. 
 
A representation made by YBAI president Sanpreet Singh Ajmani and , addressed to President Pranab Mukherjee, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad and Members of Parliament states,  “It is very unfortunate and rather discriminatory that the Judges of the Subordinate Courts and even the Police Constable, is not allowed to hold the office in his home district or even adjoining to his/her home district or even adjoining to his/her home district and they are transferred on regular intervals but the High Court Judges have been allowed to hold the office in the same High Court, where they practiced for several years, having good clientage, juniors, friends, kith and kin as well as rivals. The juniors and associates of some of the elevated judges are adopting all unfair means, which may be verified by analysing the judicial orders passed in the cases, in which they are appearing. This system needs to be immediately reviewed, otherwise there would be dastardly results and people will lose faith in the judicial system of our country.”

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