‘It is an important quality for a judge to withstand all pressures and odds and to stand up bravely against all obstacles’
Justice N.V. Ramana, the senior most choose in the Supreme Court, on Saturday stated the best strength of the judiciary is the faith of people in it.
“Faith, confidence and acceptability cannot be commanded, they have to be earned,” he stated in a condolence assembly held in the reminiscence of former Supreme Court choose, Justice A.R. Lakshmanan, by the Madras Bar Association nearly.
Justice Ramana’s phrases are important in the background of a furore of protest launched by Bar Associations and former judges towards Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy for levelling allegations towards the apex courtroom choose and different judges of the Andhra Pradesh High Court in an “irresponsible manner”. The legal professionals’ our bodies have condemned Mr. Reddy’s actions of calling a Press convention just lately and sharing the letter he wrote to Chief Justice of India Sharad A. Bobde with media individuals.
“It is an important quality for a judge to withstand all pressures and odds and to stand up bravely against all obstacles… Most importantly, particularly for a judge, one must be steadfast in holding on to their principles and fearless in their decisions,” Justice Ramana stated in the digital assembly.
Justice Ramana, who is subsequent in line of seniority to be the Chief Justice of India, stated “there are innumerable qualities that a person needs to live what can be called a good life: humility, patience, kindness, a strong work ethic and the enthusiasm to constantly learn and improve oneself”.
“Our values are ultimately our greatest wealth, and we must never forget the same,” he stated in his tackle.
He quoted Justice Lakshmanan’s phrases that the legacy of the Bench and the Bar is one of “an unbroken tradition of high efficiency, perfect integrity and fearless independence”.