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Maya to law min: Stop insulting our judiciary

DNMUM416061 | 6/13/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :219 | India

BSP supremo Mayawati on Tuesday slammed Union Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad for inordinate delay in pending appointment of judges and the Modi government for ignoring and disrespecting the recommendations made by the Supreme Court Collegium.
“It was sad to note that ministers of the Central government have been saying that the Law Ministry will not act as mere ‘Post Office’ on every recommendation made by the Supreme Court Collegium. It is because of this attitude of the Centre that the country is facing an acute shortage of judges,” she said.
Her jibe was aimed at Prasad who had recently stated that the Modi government respects the Collegium, but that does not mean it will act as a mere ‘Post Office’.
“The Modi governmen
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