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Home / Latest News / 24 District Court Judges issued Show Cause Notice for sitting late in the Court

24 District Court Judges issued Show Cause Notice for sitting late in the Court

September 29, 2017

Similar Notices are being sent for an explanation to district judges of other Five Court Complexes in Delhi.

Time is essence of Justice
Time is essence of Justice

24 Judges of Rohini District Court complex have been asked to explain why they failed to start Court proceedings on time at 10 am on 31st August.

Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal has issued notices to the 24 Judges, including District Judges, Sessions Judges & Magistrates, to furnish reasons why no one of them were found seated on the dias during the surprise inspection conducted by top High Court Judges on that date.

In a letter dispatched by the HC administration on Thursday, the Judges’ve been given 2 weeks to reply so that High Court can decide the further course of action. Sources hinted at tough disciplinary action against judges who fail to explain the delay.

Rohini District Courts cater to 2 judicial districts of the city, namely north & northeast & have a total of 63 judges as per the Court website. On the day of the inspection, 2 judges were stated to be on leave, as per the preliminary findings of HC while 24 weren’t found on dias.

“Pursuant to the inspection conducted by Hon’ble Judges at the 6 district courts on 31st August, the Acting Chief Justice has been pleased to issue directions to call for explanation from the Judges who didn’t commence Court sittings at 10 am on 31st August at the time of the inspection by the Honorable judges of the High Court,” the missive sent by HC administration says, asking for a response from the district judges.

It’s learnt that similar letters enlisting names of Judges found sitting late across remaining 5 District Courts has been prepared & is being sent for an explanation to District Judges of each Court Complex.

In a surprise move, 6 senior-most judges of Delhi HC had landed up on August 31 morning at the capital’s 6 district courts for inspections to check punctuality & discipline of Judges in these Courts, DK Sharma, registrar general of the Delhi HC had informed the media.

While Justice Gita Mittal visited Patiala House Courts, Justice Ravindra Bhat visited Tis Hazari courts, Justice Sanjiv Khanna went to Rohini District Courts, Justice G.S. Sistani went to Karkardooma District Courts, Justice S Muralidhar to Saket District Courts and Justice Vipin Sanghi to Dwarka District Courts.

With inputs from  TNN

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3 comments

  1. O.P. Aggarwal

    Good steps must be appreciated insteat of critising
    it . This step helps to bring discipline in our court system

    Reply
  2. Sambu

    Today judiciary is at its lowest level in society with lakhs of pending cases. “Justice delayed is Justice denied” dictum is not applicable in India? Litigants who seek quick justice are punished and some of them die while the respondent do not even appear in the court. They just get adjournments and the person who went to court regularly attends obtaining leave from his work indefinably. It is time that the judiciary is brought under some discipline with rules and regulations with strict supervision. Judicial wrought has already become cancer and needs drastic surgery? To day in all civil litigation the Goondas & Mafias deliver immediate justice with their illegal method. They seem to be a better judiciary?

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  3. Jagroop Singh

    Thank you, but I do not find any such mention that Art 141 applies to High Court Decisions.

    Reply

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