WION Web TeamDelhi, IndiaJan 13, 2018, 02.19 PM
The Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) wants a speedy resolution to the matter regarding four Supreme Court judges, President Vikas Singh noted today.
After four Supreme Court judges went public about their differences with the Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra, the Bar Council of India announced the formation a 7-member delegation with an aim to reconcile the matter.
SCBA will meet with the Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra and ''if he agrees with our views, we will take further appointment from other judges too and fix a meeting with them," Singh noted.
The first meeting of SCBA will be done with the Chief Justice of India. If he agrees to our views, we will take further appointment from the other judges too and fix a meeting with them: Vikas Singh, President of the Supreme Court bar Association #SupremeCourtJudgespic.twitter.com/dPff0JG9vA
SCBA President also noted that a unanimous resolution will be sent to the Chief Justice of India.
In an emergency SCBA meeting, the officials noted that the "differences stated by the 4 judges must be resolved immediately," Vikas Singh told reporters.
We will send the unanimous resolution to the Chief Justice of India. We want that the matter be resolved as soon as possible: Vikas Singh, President of the Supreme Court bar Association #SupremeCourtJudgespic.twitter.com/MU9bRKF0bb