Collegium to upload its decisions on SC website

Harish Salve

Collegium to upload its decisions on SC website

The resolution gives details about the elevation of the three Judicial Officers as Kerala High Court judges whose names were recommended by the then Chief Justice of the High Court on February 2, 2017 in consultation with two of his senior-most colleagues.

A new tab on the Supreme Court website links to "Collegium Resolutions". The things that will be posted on the court's website will include information about appointment, promotion and transfer of judges.

Similarly, the Collegium recommended the appointment of S Ramathilagam, R Tharani, and P Rajamanickam as Judges of the Madras High Court.

The six were recommended for elevation after Collegium members Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices J Chelameswar and Ranjan Gogoi considered input from their brother judges conversant with the affairs of the Madras High Court, the opinion of the Judge Committee which reviews judgments, as well reports from the Information Bureau.

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Vasudevan V Nadathur, Judicial Member at ITAT Kolkata is among the names that have been rejected. The reasons for certain decision will also be uploaded on the court's website.

There have been consistent calls for more transparency in the appointment system of judges.

The collegium has decided that it will also make public the reasons for recommending the names for the appointment of judges to the high courts and elevation to itself, as well as the reasons for not recommending the names of suggested candidates for appointment as judges to the high courts.

Re: Transparency in Collegium system.

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In a major move to bring in transparency, the Supreme Court has chose to make public all recommendations made by Collegium headed by the Chief Justice of India and four senior most judges on appointment, transfer and elevation of judges.

"The Resolution is passed to ensure transparency and yet maintain confidentiality in the Collegium system", the resolution, adopted on October 3, said.

The issue of the transfers became a trifle ugly with the Justice Patel issue. It has been alleged that the executive may have had finally gotten total control of the judiciary and is now calling the shots about judicial postings and transfers. Justice Patel too has resigned in protest, following the decision last month. The proposal was moved by Chief Justice of India Justice Dipak Misra, and was unanimously supported by the other four judges on the panel, the statement said. He had even refused to participate in the Collegium meetings until there was some record made of what transpired.

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