Supreme Court pulls up Centre for ‘cherry-picking’ names for tribunal appointments

The Supreme Court Wednesday gave the centre a “final” time of two weeks to make appointments to the assorted Tribunals throughout the nation even because it expressed displeasure on “cherry-picking” names from the listing of these beneficial for the assorted posts.

A particular bench, comprising ustice of India NV Ramana, Justice DY Chandrachud and Justice L Nageswara Rao, expressed their displeasure with the style by which the Centre just lately appointment officers to the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) and Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT).
“We can’t ignore chosen candidates and go to attend listing. What sort of choice and appointment is that this?’ the bench additionally comprising Justices D Y Chandrachud and L Nageswara Rao requested Attorney General Ok Ok Venugopal who appeared for the centre.

“We are very much unhappy about how recommendations are being acted upon. We interviewed 530 candidates for judicial members and 400 plus for technical in NCLAT of which what is cleared is eight judicial members and same way technical members. We traveled across the country”.

The CJI added that “during COVID your government requested us to conduct interviews and we wasted so much time during COVID” he identified that 5 of these chosen as judicial members are already 64 and have a tenure of 65 years. “So they get one year for service?”, requested the CJI.

The AG nevertheless mentioned the tenure is until 67 years.

On some suggestions not being accepted, the AG mentioned the SC had dominated earlier that the federal government can determine to not settle for a advice. He clarified that no suggestions are at the moment pending with the federal government.

The bench sought to know what’s the sanctity of the suggestions then.

“There is too much inconsistency. This is not done”, mentioned the AG.

Venuhopal mentioned the federal government is able to rethink the non-acceptance listing besides these candidates who’ve corruption expenses in opposition to them.


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