That there can be no separate administration of justice for the poor and the rich in India Supreme Court Reported.
The BJP has canceled the bail granted to the husband of a BJP MLA in the murder case of a Congress executive in Madhya Pradesh. Supreme Court Reported.
Rambai Singh is the Bahujan Samaj MLA from Madhya Pradesh. Her husband is Govind Singh. Govind Singh was arrested while wanted in connection with the murder of Congress executive Devendra Saurasya two years ago. Govind Singh was recently granted bail by the Madhya Pradesh High Court.
Somesh Sauresya, son of Devendra Saurasya, had filed a petition in the Supreme Court on behalf of the state government seeking cancellation of the bail.
The petition was heard today in a session of Supreme Court Justices DY Chandrasooty and MR Shah. At that time, the judges of the Madhya Pradesh High Court canceled the bail granted to Govind Singh.
The judges also ordered the transfer of Govind Singh to another jail. Further, the Supreme Court judges expressed their dissatisfaction with the High Court granting bail.
The Supreme Court judges said:
“The basic structure of Indian democracy is an independent and impartial judiciary. The judiciary must protect itself from political pressures and influences.
There can be no two-way justice system in India. There can be no justice system for the rich, for the rich, for those with political power, and for the poor, for those who have no money and no access to justice.
Having a two-pronged approach to justice would weaken the rule of law. It will also reduce the responsibility of the state government to uphold the rule of law.
The District Justice Administration is the first sign of citizenship. The district judiciary must remove the colonial dominance and shift to establishing the confidence of the people. But when judges stand up and give voice for justice, they are targeted. If public confidence in the judiciary is to be preserved, the district judiciary must pay more attention.
The function of the judiciary is to be a rooted body that seizes power. Judges must adjudicate without hindrance and without hindrance, and the independence of the judiciary and the judiciary must, importantly, be ensured.
If the District Judiciary operates under the supervision of the High Court, its independence must be protected from external influence and control. Section 50 of the Constitution clearly states the independence of the District Judiciary. The judiciary and administration should not be violated by the personal decisions of judges and court proceedings.
The Madhya Pradesh High Court has failed to protect the sanctity of the judiciary. It failed to examine the evidence when granting and revoking the murder charge. ”
Thus the judges said.