According to the SC, Arun Goels' appointment as Election Commissioner happened quickly.

Supreme Court grilled the Centre on Thursday on the appointment of Arun Goel as the new Election Commissioner . The former IAS officer was appointed as Election Commissioner on November 19 and Chief Election Commissioner on November 21 .

New Delhi (India), November 24: The Supreme Court grilled the Centre on Thursday on the appointment of former IAS officer Arun Goel as the new Election Commissioner, saying the process was completed within 24 hours.The bench, which included Justices Ajay Rastogi, Aniruddha Bose, Hrishikesh Roy, and CT Ravikumar, questioned the government on Thursday.The folder (Arun Goel appointment file) was moved the same day as we discovered it.And finally, the Prime Minister says that if you look back on those days, I recommend the name.

The file hasn't travelled 24 hours, Mr. Attorney General, as if the lightning speed existed.What is the purpose of the evaluation, the Central government said there is no point in the appointment of Arun Goel as the new Election Commissioner.The bench asked the Center for a file relating to his appointment on November 18 and appointed Goel as Election Commissioner on November 19 and as Chief Election Commissioner on November 21.The apex court questioned the Central government for naming Goel in a single day, according to your first page.Justice Ajay Rastogi asked the Supreme Court how the Ministry of Law and Justice selected four candidates for the appointment of Election Commissioner.The Supreme Court also questioned whether the Centre has chosen individuals who could not be elected as Election Commissioner for a six-year term instead of the usual six-year term, according to the petitions.The apex court ruled that the Centre has not chosen such candidates because it has a mandate to pick up candidates who will not be eligible for six years as Election Commissioner, and that the Supreme Court should reject those who do not qualify as Election Commissioners.

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