New Delhi: The Supreme Court controversy seems to be stretching right now. However, the bar council has already made preparations to end it on its behalf. In the Bar Council meeting on Saturday evening, a committee of 7 members has been constituted to resolve the issues of rebel judges. Members of this committee will try to resolve the problems together with all the judges.
Let us tell you that on this dispute, all members of the Bar Council met on Saturday evening. It was decided in the meeting that the judicial system will not be given any trauma in any manner. Bar Council has appealed to all Supreme Court judges for support in this matter. Bar Council said that it has been time to meet half judges of the Supreme Court. Trying to resolve this dispute completely soon. At the same time, Bar Council also advised leaders to avoid doing politics in this case. Also, in the Bar Council meeting, the decision of the Central Government was also appreciated, in which the government had said that it would not interfere in this matter. Bar Council of India’s Chairman Manan Kumar Mishra said that he will do his best to settle the dispute between the Supreme Court judges.
According to sources, Chief Justice Deepak Mishra can meet four judges on Sunday evening. According to officials of justice Chelameswar’s office, on Friday, the remaining three judges who have been press conference with Justice Chelameswar are out of Delhi, in such a situation, Justice Chelameswar is not inclined to meet CJI and the meeting can be held tomorrow evening.
Let us tell you that the Chief Justice be present at their residence. Earlier, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Principal Secretary Nripendra Mishra was seen in his car outside the CJI residence on Saturday morning. It is being told that one assistant of the Principal Secretary went to the camp office of the CJI and returned within minutes, after which Nripendra Mishra's car left there. Nripendra Mishra said that while going to the office, they stayed for the New Year greeting card at the CJI Housing Gate.