Centre pay back to Supreme Court, to Refrain from Making Comments

DELHI: The Central government hit back to Supreme Court after the Apex Court asked the government’s opinion multiple times while hearing PIL’s.

The government told The Supreme Court that it should refrain from making remarks against the governance since India as a country has major problems and the court while dealing with one issue should think from government’s opinion.

The centre give back after reproached multiple times recently by a bench headed by Justice Madan B Lokur while hearing PILs.

Appearing for the government, Attorney General KK Venugopal made references to the newspaper headlines based on the observations made by this bench, and said that judges may not know every aspect of every problem when they choose to make comments on the government.

Days after days I have been reading your observations. But a judge may not be knowing all aspects of all the problems,” he said to the bench comprising of Justice Madan B Lokur, Justices SA Nazeer and Deepak Gupta.

The top court said it was at least “solving problems”  and was in no way “criticising the government.

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