Bar Council of India on Saturday decided to form a 7 member delegation to meet all judges of Supreme Court, including the 4 dissenting senior judges of Supreme Court. Their decision came after a meeting on the wake of unprecedented press conference by 4 senior Supreme Court judges on Friday, where they questioned the conduct of the CJI and claimed that their efforts in convincing the latter to take steps to protect the institution have gone in vain.This lead to legal fraternity getting sharply divided over whether it was proper for four senior SC judges to go public with their grievances. While the government has so far indicated that it would like the judiciary to sort out the matter internally, AG has expressed hope that all the judges would soon be able to bury their hatchet. Bar Council of India has taken the lead to ensure that much needed reconciliation takes place soon. On Saturday, after the press conference, BCI Chairman addressed the press. Also readSC judges against CJI: President Kovind should intervene if judges can’t resolve issue, says Stalin Manan Kumar Mishra said, ” We have unanimously decided to form a 7-member delegation of the Council who will meet Hon. judges of the Supreme Court. We want that the matter be solved at the earliest. As far as MOP is concerned, it must be finalised at the earliest in a proper manner. We will write a letter to the govt for the same but is not that big a matter to be brought in public”BCI Chairman said that they are willing to also negotiate in the issue, but steps should be taken to ensure that judiciary’s image doesn’t get sullied. He also expressed hope saying that it is a family dispute and will soon get solved. Also readSC judges against CJI: Stood up for justice and judiciary, says Justice Kurian Joseph He urged all political parties to refrain from making statements about this issue. Mishra said, ” Prime Minister and law minister had said yesterday itself that it is judiciary’s internal matter and govt won’t be interfering in the matter, and we appreciate the government’s stand”. Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) on Saturday termed the press conference of the four Supreme Court judges as “ill planned” and added that the allegations made by them were not substantial.”If they had to come for a press conference, then they should have said something substantial. Just creating doubts in the minds of people will not serve the interest of the judiciary. I think this was not properly planned,” SCBA president Vikas Singh told ANI.He further opined, “If at all they had anything substantial to say, they should have thought it over first rather than just suggesting something and leaving it to the minds of the people to keep guessing. All of the wild guesses will go all over the country and all kinds of things will be said about the Supreme Court.”With agency inputs

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SC judges against CJI | Bar Council of India forms delegation to mediate, urges parties against politicising issue