Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju has said many big things on Monday i.e. January 23 amidst the discussions going on to reform the Collegium of the Supreme Court. The Union Minister said that it is very important to have an independent judiciary for democracy to move forward in the country. He also spoke on this subject in his letter to the CJI.
Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju said that after becoming a judge in the country, he does not have to face any election and public scrutiny. He said that judges make their own assessment in their decisions. The public sees him. In this era of social media, nothing can be hidden. Let us inform that Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju had earlier sent a letter to the CJI of the Supreme Court. Since then he was on the target of the opposition.
Giving information about his letter to the CJI, Law Minister Kiren Rijiju said on Monday that I had written a letter to the CJI, about which no one knew. He said that he did not know who came to know from where and made it news that the Law Minister wrote a letter to the CJI saying that there should be a representative of the government in the collegium. He said that this thing has no head and feet, where do I put another person in that system?
Talking about keeping the judiciary independent, Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju said on Monday that a strong and independent judiciary is very important for democracy in India not only to survive but also to move forward strongly. He said that democracy will not be successful if we weaken the independence of the judiciary or reduce its rights, honor and dignity.