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Supreme Court Collegium clears Judgeship of lawyer considered CPI(M) sympathiser

“Supreme Court Collegium clears Judgeship of lawyer considered CPI(M) sympathiser”, Law Beat, March 13, 2024:

“The Supreme Court Collegium, led by Chief Justice D.Y. Chandrachud, has cleared the way for Shri Manoj Pulamby Madhavan’s appointment as a judge in the Kerala High Court. This decision comes despite concerns raised by the Department of Justice about Shri Manoj’s political leanings.

The Collegium, also comprising Justice Sanjiv Khanna and Justice BR Gavai, noted, “the mere fact that the candidate has had a political background may not be a sufficient reason in all cases.” 

The Department of Justice highlighted that Shri Manoj had been previously recognised as a sympathizer of the CPI(M) party. Additionally, he served as a government pleader, having been appointed by the Left Democratic Front (LDF) government. This information was brought forward as part of the evaluation process for his potential appointment……”

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