Why The Wheels Of Filling Judicial Vacancies Are Slow – The Economic Times


In a 45-minute-long speech, in which his voice choked with emotion, Thakur blamed the central government for dragging its feet on the issue of appointment of judges.

Sourced through Scoop.it from: economictimes.indiatimes.com

On Sunday, at the culmination of the annual Chief Justices Conference, Justice Thakur declared a decision to appoint retired judges as ad-hoc judges as an “exceptional and extraordinary” measure to tackle the dual problem of vacancy of Judges and backlog of ailing cases. Article 224-A of the Constitution allows such a measure in certain circumstances. But this is only a stopgap arrangement. A permanent solution is still pending as hundreds of cases pile up in Indian courts.

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