“Lawyers, as a whole, belong to a separate homogenous group called ‘Gentlemen’. However, it is unfortunate that the said homogeneous community is trying to use this Court to create a casteist atmosphere which is highly deprecated”
The Court only expressed its prima facie view and final orders in the writ appeal on merits will be passed after hearing the parties in full, uninfluenced by any of the observations made in this order. Therefore, the Senior Advocate was not prevented from placing his contentions to sustain the order of the Single Judge at the time of final hearing.
The Lawyers being homogeneous class, further creating divisions on any criteria including economic status or otherwise will result in losing faith and ordinary Lawyers will get frustrated, resulting young and talented Lawyers leaving the profession. It is the primary duty of the Judicial Institutions to provide a conducive atmosphere for all the practicing Lawyers enabling them to have utmost trust in the Judicial System.
Supreme Court: A 3-Judge Bench of the Supreme Court, by a majority of 2:1, has declared that certain portions of Section 184
Judicial independence of the Tribunals can be achieved only when the Tribunals are provided the necessary infrastructure and other facilities without having to lean on the shoulders of the executive.
“Dispensation of justice by the Tribunals can be effective only when they function independent of any executive control: this renders them credible and generates public confidence.”