Monday, 19 October 2015

WHETHER SUPREME COURT CONSENT SHOULD BE TAKEN BY THE PRIME MINISTER IN SELECTING HIS COUNCIL OF MINISTERS?

Please do not forget Indian Legislature is a creation of the Constitution. All three wings of Government be it executive, judiciary or legislature, be it State or Union all are equal in their sphere. Separation of power of these three wings are the basic structure of the Indian Constitution. Whether any Political Party would agree if the court is interfering in the selection of the prime minister. Or do they agree to a proposal that Supreme Court should be consulted (with veto power) by the Prime Minister in selecting his Council of Ministers or Secretaries of the Departments? Similarly whether the legislature would agree to a proposal that Court's consent should be obtained for the election of the Speaker? Court is only interpreting the power and the competence of the Legislature and if they are not competent it, the law passed by them is declared as null and void. Is it not Supreme Court’s power of interpretation? To this extent I do not agree with the statement of the Finance Minister.
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Times of India comment on 19-10-2015

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