BCI hails Supreme Court decision to junk Andhra Pradesh CM
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CHENNAI: The Bar Council of India (BCI) has welcomed the Supreme Court’s choice to reject Andhra Pradesh chief minister Jaganmohan Reddy’s criticism towards chief justice of India-designate Justice N V Ramana.
On Wednesday night, the Supreme Court launched a brief notice saying the October 6, 2020 criticism of the Andhra Pradesh chief minister “was dealt with under the in-house procedure, and the same, on due consideration, stands dismissed.”
The notice additional stated, “It be noted that all the matters dealt with under the in-house procedure being strictly confidential in nature are not liable to be made public.”
Welcoming the result, BCI chairman Manan Kumar Mishra stated: “The allegations were of exceedingly serious in nature that honourable Justice N V Ramana was trying to influence the state judiciary to destabilise the state government. But, the Bar Council of India, soon after seeing the baseless complaint, clearly opined that the complaint was without any substance. The dismissal of the complaint by the Supreme Court has proved that it was a deliberate attempt to destabilise the judiciary. The complaint had been made with political motives, which is now well established. The conviction and faith of the entire Bar and of the nation have been reaffirmed in the judiciary today.”
Hailing Chief Justice of India S A Bobde for the daring choice, Mishra stated: “The rightful dismissal of the baseless complaint again has proved his boldness and fairness. It has established that the truth always triumphs.”
“Chief Justice Bobde is a magnanimous personality with immense legal acumen, wisdom and knowledge,” Mishra stated, including, “He has served the judicial machinery to the best of his ability, and the country will remember his contribution forever. We are also happy that Justice Bobde’s successor, Justice Ramana, is no less a creditable personality and is a person of immense legal acumen, wisdom and insight.”
Tamil Nadu Advocates Association (TNAA) president S Prabakaran, who can also be a chosen senior advocate and co-chairman of the Bar Council of India, hailed the choice as well timed and thanked the apex courtroom for its effort to insulate the judiciary from exterior assaults.

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