India Chief Justice Dipak Misra, 4 dissenting judges met this morning, discussed all issues

13:30  16 january  2018
13:30  16 january  2018 Source:   indiatoday.intoday.in

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Chief Justice Dipak Misra . HIGHLIGHTS. The meeting was attended by three other judges . In an effort to end the stalemate, Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra today morning met the top four dissenting judges .

Justice Dipak Misra (born 3 October 1953) is the 45th Chief Justice of India, succeeding the 44th Chief Justice , J. S. Khehar. He is a judge of the Supreme Court of India and a former Chief Justice

Chief Justice of India (CJI) Dipak Misra met this morning the four senior Supreme Court judges, who had rebelled against him last week and is reported to have discussed all the issues in the meeting aimed at reconciliation. Sources reveal that total seven judges were present in the meeting apart from the Chief Justice of India. Justice Sikri, Justice Chandrachud, and Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul were part of the meeting.

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Sources said the meeting between CJI Misra and the four judges -- Justices J Chelameswar, Ranjan Gogoi, Madan B Lokur and Kurian Joseph -- lasted for about 15 minutes in what is being seen as an attempt by India's top judiciary to end the unprecedented rift within. During the meeting, the judges discussed the issues raised by the four SC judges last week.

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  Chief Justice Dipak Misra, 4 dissenting judges met this morning, discussed all issues © IANS The also discussed the issues raised in Prashant Bhushan's letter and his request for an in-house inquiry of the MCI script. The crisis in the Supreme Court, which began on Friday following the "extraordinary" press conference called by the four judges to flag administrative and roster issues, is far from over. Attorney General KK Venugopal, who on Monday had called the rift "storm in a tea cup" today said it is yet to be settled. 

"I think it (crisis) has not been settled. Let's hope things will be fully settled within 2-3 days", Venugopal told PTI. At the unprecedented press conference last week, Justices J Chelameswar, Gogoi, Lokur, and Joseph had openly attacked the functioning of the Supreme Court under CJI Misra.

(With inputs from Anusha Soni)

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