According to Law Minister Kiren Rijiju, the college system is against the Constitution.

Law Minister Kiren Rijiju slammed the collegium system as being alien to the Constitution . Parliament passed the National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) Act with near-unanimity, to reverse the collegium system .

When speaking at the Times Now Summit, Law Minister Kiren Rijiju slammed the collegium system as being alien to the Constitution, saying that the government created collegium in its wisdom after a court decision.You ask me which section of the collegium system has been created, he said, but at the same time as cases are gathering in courts, the government must do due diligence.In response, Mr Rijiju said that the government of the day in 1991 and the current regime cannot abandon the collegium system until it is replaced by a more efficient one.A better platform or a better situation are required for this.

The Supreme Court rejected the bill, however, Rijiju said he can continue to use the collegium system as long as the one is followed.But what does the term due diligence mean if they only sign (on) the name to be appointed as a judge just because it is suggested by the collegium, says he.The collegium system has loopholes, he says, and people are joking that it is not transparent.In addition, there is no accountability, he said.

You design yourself and show yourself, but the program does not function.The Executive and the Judiciary must work together, Mr Rijiju said, before referring to a collegium system that is alien to the Constitution.Nonetheless, every decision is correct and correct because it is a judicial pronouncement.No one can disrespect the judiciary or disobey a court order in a democratic process, he said.

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