The True Face A Reply to Justice P N Bhagwati

By Shanmugham D. Jayan and Raghul Sudheesh

In an interview with myLaw.net Justice P.N. Bhagwati (Pictured) confesses that the Supreme Court decision in ADM Jabalpur was wrong and he pleads guilty f

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Bharat R. Shivnani

May 17, 2012 - 10:46pm

Every one is oppurtunist n self centerred to ood extent, Mrs Indira Gandhi, and so is subject.

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R.Rama Krishna ...

November 25, 2011 - 12:13am

Justice Bhagawathi and Justice Ranganatha Misra delivered two separate but concurrent judgements for the constitution bench on 9.12.1986. The Judgement abrogated the rights of the Honorable High Courts under Article 226. Tribunals which came up during the Emergency as primarily advisory bodies to deal with the grievances of the Government employees were made substitutes to High Courts. High Courts in our country were established during the British Rule and they are Constitutional Bodies. Our Constitution has given a great role of protecting the Fundamental Rights of the citizens. Advisory Bodies with some changes became substitutes to the Constitutional Bodies. A seven-judge constitutional bench under the lordship of J Ahmedi reviewed the judgement and restored the powers of the Honorable High Courts. the injustice caused to me because of the first judgement still haunts me.

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R.Rama Krishna ...

November 24, 2011 - 8:35pm

Justice Bhagawathi and Justice Ranganath Misra delivered two separate but concurrent judgments for the Constitutional Bench on 9.12.1986. This judgement abrogated the inherent rights of the High Courts under Article 226. Tribunals in our country which came up during the emergency to deal with service matters of Govt. employees were made substitutes to High courts. The primarily advisory bodies became substitutes to the Constitutional Bodies.The injustice caused to me because of the judgement still haunts me.A seven-judge bench under the lordship of J Ahmedi reviewd the said judgement in 1997 and restored the powers of the High Courts. The Supreme Court and High Courts are Constitutional Bodies.

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R.Rama Krishna ...

November 24, 2011 - 8:18pm

justice Bhagawathi and Justice Ranganth Misra delivered two separate but concurrent judgments on 9.1`2.1986. The judgments divested the powers of the Honorable High Courts under Article 226. Tribunals which came up during the Emergency as primarily advisory bodies to deal with service matters of the Govt. employees were made substitutes to High Courts. High Courts are Constitutional Bodies. A seven-judge bench under the lordship of J Ahmedi reviewed the judgement in 1997 and restored the powers of the High Courts. The injustice caused to me because of the first judgement still haunts me.

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R.Rama Krishna ...

November 24, 2011 - 8:03pm

Justice Bhagawathi and Justice Ranganath Misra delivered two separate but concurrent judgments for the Constitutional Bench on 9.12.1986. This judgement abrogated the inherent rights of the High Courts under Article 226. Tribunals in our country which came up during the emergency to deal with service matters of Govt. employees were made substitutes to High courts. The advisory bodies became substitutes to the Constitutional Bodies.The injustice caused to me because of the judgement still haunts me.A seven-judge bench under the lordship of J Ahmedi reviewd the said judgement in 1997 and restored the powers of the High Courts. The Supreme Court and High Courts are Constitutional Bodies.

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