In this context.. What is the difference between the High Court’s comments and judgments? It is being discussed. During the hearing of any petition.. Judges express their opinions. They make comments against the government on some issues and in support of others. They try to manipulate them to their advantage and put their political opponents in trouble. But.. High Court comments are different.. Judgments are different, but they do not recognize the fact.
Recently there was a hearing in the Andhra Pradesh High Court on the appointment of advisers. The High Court has conducted an inquiry into the appointment of Srikanth, the advisors of the Department of Debt, and Chandrasekhar Reddy, the employees’ advisor. Key comments were made on this occasion. ‘Any politics should be looked at outside. Do not bring politics to courts. They know how to handle politics when it comes to courts. Will another consultant be appointed for TA and DA of employees? Appointing these advisers is a risky affair’, opined the high court.
But no judgment was given in this matter. Just made comments. However, based on these comments, many commented that it was a setback for the government and Jagan. The judges also made some comments on Jive number-1. Even then, it was advertised as a setback for Jagan in the High Court. The High Court has not ruled on Jeeves No. 1 either. Just the judges gave their opinion.. Jiveo was suspended. Not only in these two cases.. Judges respond on many issues.
It is common for judges to make comments in courts. But… giving judgments is different. Whichever court has to judge, it will give according to the constitution. But.. Judges commenting means only expressing their opinions. That is why judgments and comments differ greatly. Sometimes the judgment is completely contrary to the comments made by the judges. Legal experts say that to promote judges’ comments as judgments is to mislead people.
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