Attorney Prashant Bhushan is criticised by a Centers lawyer for interrupting.

Supreme Court denies that Arun Goel was appointed Election Commissioner . The court is not arguing about merits of Arun Goel's credentials but rather the process .

The Supreme Court vehemently denied the observations today that Arun Goel was appointed Election Commissioner by a five-judge Constitution bench headed by Justice KM Joseph, and asked the bench:What kind of evaluation is this?However, we are not arguing about the merits of Arun Goel's credentials but rather the process, and therefore, the Court recommended that the bench not make observations without examining the whole process.Mr Bhushan is a famous law officer, and the Supreme Court has reserved its decision on a series of cases seeking a collegium-like system for the appointment of ECs and the Chief Election Commissioner, requiring the parties to submit written testimony in five days, according to Justice Ajay Rastogi, a bench member.We are not on individual candidates but on the process, according to the Supreme Court, which said that a 1985-batch IAS officer retired from service in a single day, a panel of four names were released before the Prime Minister, and CT Ravikumar, said that the government had to look back at each officer's history and consider whether he completed the six-year term, whichever is earlier.

He has also worked in the Union culture ministry.

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