Sunday, November 28, 2010

Re: [HumJanenge] "Judge Uncle Syndrome" in the High Courts

dear Roy
i have also suffered a lot
Dr JN Sharma

On 11/28/10, sroy 1947 <> wrote:
> It is not only Judge Uncle the High Courts.
> There is another sinister and secret association which controls the
> Judiciary.
> Its motto is clear, when 1 of the parties (or their advocate) is a member
> and
> the others are not, the judge MUST favour his brother irrespective of the
> merits of the case. You can spot them by their secret signs and symbols,
> such as the metal of their pens, and the number of pens they are allowed
> to wear to indicate their "degree" within the brotherhood.
> Take my one of my own long pending cases in the Delhi High Court. The writ
> where DISCOMS of Delhi challenged CIC's order holding them to be
> Public Authority.
> At the very first hearing they arranged that matter was listed in 2006
> before a judge
> whose brother practices in the same high court and has represented 1
> of the DSCOMS
> previously on numerous occasions. They got an ex-parte state order in
> their favour
> which carries on till today. In April 2010 the ASG Chandiok appeared for
> (who vociferously claim not to be Govt) and despite the opposite party being
> 2 bodies of Govt, and secured an order allowing CIC to be dropped as a party
> and all hearings to be frozen till further notice. I was prevented by
> the High Court
> Registry from reaching the court in time to voice my objections. The
> judge who passed
> these orders is the toast of the NGO chatterati circuit for his bold orders.
> The state of the judiciary is a reflection of the sate of the nation
> today. As someone who
> has been attending the superior courts for almost 30 years now, I can
> say that the gangrene
> has corrupted all the courts in the land, and there is no hope till
> they are all amputated.

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