Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Judicial Pay commission : Padmanabhan committee submits report, three-fold pay hike for trial court judges.

View latest [May 2010] Supreme Court order in this matter.


In what could be the biggest ever salary hike for lowly-paid trial court judges, the Supreme Court-appointed National Judicial Pay Commission (NJPC) has proposed more than three-fold jump in their pay that translates to a monthly increase of Rs 20,000 at the entry level.

Less than three months after being appointed head of the second NJPC, Justice E Padmanabhan, a former judge of the Madras HC, submitted his report to the SC proposing an average 3.07-fold hike in the existing salaries that was recommended by the first NJPC in 1999. The recommendations of the first NJPC headed by Justice Jagannatha Shetty had entitled civil judge (junior division) starting salary of Rs 11,775, civil judge (senior division) Rs 15,200, district judge (entry level) Rs 20,800 and district judge (super time scale) Rs 23,850.

With the increase proposed by the second NJPC, the starting salary of a civil judge (junior division) is expected to be around Rs 35,000, a hike of nearly Rs 24,000. As per Justice Padmanabhan’s recommendations, salary of civil judge (senior division) would be around Rs 45,000, which means a hike of around Rs 30,000. Similarly, the salary of district judge (entry level) would be around Rs 60,000 and that of DJ (super time scale) Rs 70,000.

The logic given by Justice Padmanabhan, after extensive research and hearing of parties almost on a daily basis, was that the first NJPC had recommended salaries of the lower judiciary keeping in view the then salaries of HC judges which was fixed at Rs 26,000 and that of HC CJ at Rs 30,000, SC judges at Rs 30,000 and CJI at Rs 33,000. However, with the CJI and SC and HC judges getting more than three-fold hike in their salaries, the second NJPC thought of applying the same logic for trial court judges.

The salary structure for the higher judiciary got changed with retrospective effect, as the government in January this year agreed to revise the salary of HC judges to Rs 80,000, HC Chief Justices Rs 90,000, SC judges Rs 90,000 and CJI Rs 1 lakh.

The appointment of the second judicial pay commission had come through a judicial order of the apex court on April 30 in an application filed by the All India Judges Association.
Source Times of India.


SC seeks states’ response


The Supreme Court on Tuesday asked for response from all states, UTs and High Courts to the recommendations made by the Justice E Padmanabhan Committee, the most prominent being over three-fold hike in revision of salary of lower-judiciary judges.
Appointed by the apex court in April this year, the Padmanabhan committee placed its report before a Bench headed by Chief Justice K G Balakrishnan. It has also called for an increase in the pensionary benefits to those judicial officers who retired before January 2006 and those after it.
Source : Indian Express
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185 comments:

nihal said...

The subordinate judges are the back bone of the Indian Judiciary. The indian Public at the entry level looks at the judges of the subordianate court. They have to face many problems in day to day trial. But the are ignored by the Indian Government. The Judges do justice with the litigants with their full devotion and hard work but injustice is being imposed upon the subordinate jugdes. The salaries of all the public servants have been increased from first January,2006 but the judges are awaiting for it. It should be done quickly as soon as possible so that the subordinate judges may lead a respectable life as expected by Indian Constitution.

nihal said...

The subordinate judges are the back bone of the Indian Judiciary. The indian Public at the entry level looks at the judges of the subordianate court. They have to face many problems in day to day trial. But the are ignored by the Indian Government. The Judges do justice with the litigants with their full devotion and hard work but injustice is being imposed upon the subordinate jugdes. The salaries of all the public servants have been increased from first January,2006 but the judges are awaiting for it. It should be done quickly as soon as possible so that the subordinate judges may lead a respectable life as expected by Indian Constitution.

jhajhria said...

VERYGOOD !!! :- PC JHAJHRIA, R.H.J.S.

jhajhria said...

VERY GOOD !!!
:- PC JHAJHRIA, R.H.J.S.

Santosh said...

its energy for trial court judges
s.k.aditya cg.j.s

raj said...

dDER AAYAD ! DURAST AAYAD !!1
TIRUPATI GUPTA R.J.S.

rameshhsdrg said...

It will encourage trial judges to work hard inspite of their inconveniences in the court as well as in their residence. Now the trial court judges are working about 14 hours per day in Kerala. Magistrates are working throughout the day and night. They can expect arrest and production of accused even during midnight.Preparation of next day's cases posted for trial and judgment and administrative works including affixing signature in each and every papers produced before the court and recording of lengthy depositions and examination of more than 20 witnesses per day are their routine works. But the pay and allowances being paid to those trial judges were only nominal and they were constrained to meet the ends. Now the decision of Hon'ble Supreme court to appoint Justice Padmanabhan to file a report after considering the grievances of trial court judges and the report filed in time have removed distress in the minds of them. Now they can lead a respectable life suitable to the reputed post they are holding

ganesh said...

The recomendations should be accepted by the states and those should be implimented with quickely with effect from 1.1.1996.

Rajiv said...

Increase in salary was long overdue.It will encourage the judges of the trial courts to perform even better.

Digital Avenue said...

All state governments must accept the report and enforce the same. States shall not defend the report raising untenable contentions. It is known to everybody that the judicial officers are working hard enough to do justice. Justice should be done for them also. If so it will ultimately help the society.

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rakesh,bjs said...

Its very pleasant to hear that Hon'ble Justice Padmanabhan has very logically recommended for the pay revision of subordinate court judges. But it is to be seen that how much time it takes in its implementation after passing through many constraints. One can not see any department where officers are punctual to time in seconds. They utilize every moment of their working hours to deliver maximum output depite of innumerable difficulties, eg.; no light, no proper infrastructure, no hygenic surroundings, no steno/typist etc. etc. Even one can witness the subordinate judges noting down depositions in the light of candles while cleansing their sweat. Needless to mention that they do write the lengthy judgements in their own handwrittings as they are not provided with steno/typist in most cases. What else a subordinate court judge can do except that they are indulged to achieve the very objective of social justice enshrined in our constitution in adverse conditions provided to them. What matters to them is people get justice because people have faith in them.

Y.Srinivasa Rao said...

Good news for all trail judges inasmuch as they keenly await it. If it is implimented soon, it will be very happy.It is to be remembered that trail judges are backbone for Indian Judiciary.

Y.Srinivasa Rao.
Bhimavaram

shahabuddin said...

It's best appreciation to judicial officers.
shouby c.g.j.s.

shahabuddin said...

It's best appreciation to Judicial officers.
shouby c.g.j.s. dhamtari

shahabuddin said...

It's best appreciation to Judicial officers.
shouby c.g.j.s. dhamtari

Y.Srinivasa Rao said...

It is really good news for all juducial officers; it is also to be remebered that trail judges are back bone to the Indian Judiciary.
Y.Srinivasa Rao,
Bhimavaram.

rakesh,bjs said...

It needs to be seen that the recommended pay of subordinate court judges be implemented at the very earliest because they deserve for it and they need it at the moment to meet the fanancial challenges.

rakesh,bjs said...

To avoid the diemma at the time of pay revision of subordinate court judges in future, Hon'ble Supreme Court may be pleased to consider for direction to Govt. of India to devise suitable mechanism for pay revision of the subordinate court judges of entire country when ever pay revision of central govt. employees is done and that should be binding on the state governments. This may avoid undue delay in pay revision for subordinate court judges.

manoj said...

best ever thing which could have happened to the lower judiciary.

manoj said...

its time to celebrate n work with honesty...its just the begining

Baiju said...

It's the right time to express utmost solidarity among the judicial fraternity all over the nation to get the report approved by the Hon'ble Supreme Court and also accepted and implemented by the State Governments. Being a member of the Kerala Judicial Officers Accosiation (KJOA)I am proud to say that the pay scales recommended by Js. Padmanabhan Commission Commission is in accordance with the proposal given by KJOA.
C.K.Baiju. Kerala Judicial Officers' Association

rocky kapor said...

It is heartening to see that the report regarding the new pay scales for subordinate judicial officers by Hon'ble Mr. Justice E.Padmanabhan has been submitted in time.Now it only remains to be seen that in how much time the benefit of revised pay scales reaches the officers.The trial court judges in india are backbone of our judicial system and it is in the interest of the country if judicial officers are given respectable salary so that they can work honestly and with more vigour.I hope that the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India directs the implementation of this report as soon as possible.

sanjeev said...

salary.....more than sufficient.but what about other allownces...its not yet clear

vikramsingh said...

Wow.......three-fold pay hike- its great news to all subordinate judicial officer. We all are awaiting for it. Thanks to Padmanabhan committe.

sruthi yapalapalli said...
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sruthi yapalapalli said...

Atlast, the salaries of the subordinate judiciary have raised to a level where it can match the metropolitan standards of living with decency.
The budget alloted for the administration of justice in India is awfully low, which is less than 1% of total budget.The total number of staff in judiciary being only 16,ooo is something that has to be marked where there is a huge social and moral responsibility for the subordinate judiciary to keep up the trust and credence of the public.
It is pathetic to peep into the issues where the court complexes and judicial quarters are not maintained atleast to a hospitable condition. Where in some places they are not even whitewashed atleast once in 10 years due to lack of funds, leave alone the infrastructural malfunctions.
Which is why, the hike in the salaries and funds is completely justified so as to enable the subordinate judiciary for a better living and a better justice.

nihal said...

Hon'ble Justice Jagannatha Shetty is the Greatest Historic Man in the History of Judiciary of The World. We salute this great personality and pray to the almighty God that This historic man may live as long as the Sun and Earth.
Justice Jagannatha Shetty inspired self respect and confidence in the trial court judges by his historic report. This report is The Bible and Geeta for every Judge. Every Judge should keep this report with it and should study, it as The holy Geeta and Bible.
Justice E. Padmanabhan is a great personality, who submitted his report within the time frame which was fixed by Hon'ble Apex Court. The Judicial Fraternity of the Whole India convey heartiest thanks to justice E. Padmanabhan for doing hard work day and night to do justice with the trial court judges.
The State of Gujarat has already implimented these recommendations in Advance. So The Indian Judiciary thanks to the State of Gujarat under the competent leadership of Chief Minister Sh. Narender Modi for showing its diligence.
It is for states to show their Deligence in implimenting the recommendations.
NIHAL CHAND ARORA,RJS
CIVIL JUDGE (JD)& JUDICIAL MAGISTRATE,
BALESAR,JODHPUR (RAJ.)

ravikumar said...

the recommendations are very good ,but it is subject to objections of high courts and its impact on states acceptance...swarna.ravikumar.jcj

prashant said...

let congratulate all judicial fraternity recomedation should be accepted as it is . it is very painful that trial court judges to wait till today.

sunil said...

Honesty is the basic qualification of a judge.After implementing the 6th pay commission the cost of living has been increased accordingly.It is being seen that senior readers and steno are getting more salary than magistrates.We feel inferiority & derogation.A judge has to maintain a standard being representative of judiciary.But in present situation it is being impossible.Now Padmanabhan committee has played a vital role in providing justice to judges.THANKS...........

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goutam said...

Apart from the pay hikes, judicial officers should also be provided with proper working infrastructure. They cannot be expected to work in dilapidated buildings and move around in vans ferrying them like school going children. Does any IAS/IPS officer work in such conditions, even in their wildest dreams? Also increase in the number of courts will not help reduce pendency of cases, but a sense of respectability to the office will make the judicial officers work with more zeal and enthusiasm. There need not be a separate court for every enactment.

goutam said...

While even officers at the bottom of the hierarchy have independent vehicles provided by the government, 3 or 4 senior most district judges have to move around in a single van!!!!!!!!!!!!

Rakesh said...

Can u tell from when this report is likely to be implemented? If possible and if you have access to
please give full report of the recomendations. Prima facie recommendations are a step forward
Because clerks are getting salary more than magistrate thanks to sixth pay commission there fore this report should be implemented on or before jan 1st 2006 . retrospective implementation is must
thank you

ganesh said...

dear rajesh please send me your email id and i shall forward you the entire copy of the rport. mail me at judgegp@gmail.com

bl said...

govt ssould implement all the recomendations quickly...
B.L.CHANDEL R.J.S

SARDAR said...
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SARDAR said...

This report is very good and will induce judicial officers to do duty without fear or favour....
BASUDEB TRIPATHY,FORMER DISTRICT JUDGE,ODISHA

Aditya, CGSJS said...

Implementation of recommendation of the committee, as same as it has been made, seen a tough task for the authorities. Today, after a week, all officers of Judicial Fraternity are still awaiting for their salaries as the recommendation are. And, employees of other department are availing and enjoying their joys. Further more that as a Judicial Body, we can't complaint to any one whether it is about our right or about our pain. By the way, lets wait again till receiving of the fantasy (its my own word about the dreamed salary).

goutam said...
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goutam said...

Provide better amenities to the judicial officers like independent state cars (not hired ones) to every judicial officer across the country and adequate security at their homes too.

Y.Srinivasa Rao said...

Inasmuch as acids attacks are being increased, it is the time to mull over as to security of judicial officers besides pay revision.

Y.Srinivasa Rao,
Bhimavaram

goutam said...

When each and every district has 16 to 20 courts of judicial officers in the rank of District Judges, how can the judiciary be expected to command respect. There is no need to set up a court for every enactment. Also the fast track courts should be abolished and the regular courts that were prevailing earlier are more than enough to bring down the pendency of cases. What is needed is a sense of respectability to be attached to the judiciary and the officers will work with more zeal. Are there 16 to 20 IAS and IPS officers for every district? This is why the executive treats the judiciary with utter disregard.

goutam said...

The Annual Conference of Chief Ministers' and Chief Justices' has become ritualistic with resolutions passed every year to bring down the backlog of cases all over the country. The judiciary is depicted as the culprit and it is made to appear as if the judicial officers are incompetent and lethargic. Sadly not even a single moment is spent to discuss the hardships faced the judicial officers. It is not enough that the judicial officers get pay on par with IAS/IPS officers. Even the facilities should match that of the IAS/ IPS officers. And everyone speaks as if an increase in the number of Courts will reduce the backlog while history and statistics prove otherwise. An increase in number of courts is a convenient way to reduce the staff in each court and making the judicial officers work in far worse conditions than those existing now. No need whatsoever for the 71 new CBI Courts that the Prime Minister was boasting of. Instead that funds can be utilised to modernise the court rooms, acquire independent vehicles,..

goutam said...

The Fast Track Courts should be abolished and the earlier system of regular courts should be allowed to continue. Fast Track Courts are nothing but a way to belittle the judicial officers by providing them with no staff, no amenities. Despite these drawbacks if the Fast Track Courts could deliver then think of the wonders that can be expected if better amenities are provided to the judiciary.

goutam said...

No one points out to the fact that the government being the biggest litigant, is responsible for the huge backlog of cases in the Courts all over the country. It is the ineptitude, inefficiency and indifference of the government machinery that gives rise to unending litigation and the common man is at the receiving end because of this. What is needed now are not new courts but effective training to the government servants to implement schemes, laws, etc. without fear or favour and avoid unnecessary litigation. They don't honour the Courts' judgments and directives leading to further litigation in the name of contempt proceedings. So make the executive governance better to reduce the backlog of cases in courts. Don't blame the judiciary and its officers. They work from 8am to 1'o clock late night yet no one cares for them because they are expected to stay away from limelight and media.

MAHENDRA said...

NO EFFORT WAS MADE TO COMMUNICATE THE DETAILS OF COMMITTE REPORT TO THE TRIAL JUDGES FOR WHOSE PURPOSE IT WAS INTENDED... MAHENDRA PHANI KUMAR SINGULURI J.C.J A.P.

goutam said...

Yes. This is how the judiciary functions and that is why it remains where it is today. The administration of justice in our country may be dynamic but sadly the administration of judiciary always been static and there is no semblance of change in this regard. The style of judicial administration is as old as the institution of judiciary itself.

goutam said...

For all those who are under the hallucination that an increase in the number of the Courts is a panacea to reduce the backlog of cases in our Courts, the following excerpts from an article written by Hon'ble Sri Justice V. R. Krishna Iyer entitled 'Everything for justice' published in The Hindu on 31 - 08 - 2009 serves a timely remainder.
"The Prime Minister and the Chief Justice demand more number of courts - in their thousands. This is part of the pathological arrears syndrome. The truth is: more courts, more arrears, more lazy judges, more examples of Parkinson's Law and Peter Principle. The real cause is the absence of accountability and transparency.
"For more disposals, early finality and inexpensive justice, the purposeful is not the arithmetical illusion of judicial numbers but intelligent selection of the robed brethren, of result - oriented technology, and summary procedure. One capable judge with sound philosophy is a better instrument of justice than a dozen mediocre, indolent ignoramuses who will merely add to the adipose of the system."
It would be much better if instead of new courts the existing vacancies are filled with capable and hard working officers / judges. Stop the increase in the number of courts. Ensure that the existing courts function with better infrastructure instead.

goutam said...

Hence it would be much better if the existing separate courts of SC & ST Atrocities (Prevention), Family Courts and District Consumer Forum in each district are clubbed into one court presided by a single Addl. District Judge. Apart from this Court there need be only two Courts of Additional District Judges and the District Court. Similar reduction in number of Senior and Junior Civil Judges Courts is the need of the hour. All other courts are unnecessary burden on the pockets of the honest tax payer.

rakesh,bjs said...

It will be extremely appreciated if some one will kindly let us know as to what happened on 01st August,2009 in Hon'ble Supreme Court in the matter of pay revision of judicial officers.

Gaurav said...

I would be glad to know what happened on september 1
Response of state and high courts in connection with the aforesaid matter

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Prem said...

I Subordinate Judicial Officer from Gujarat thanking to State Goverment who had accepted the recomendation well in advance before submitting of report by Hon'ble Justice E. Padmanabhan before Hon'ble Supreme Court. People of India are having much trust in the Judiciary, but, Subordinate Judicial Officer specially Civil Judges and Judicial Magistrate First Claas who are also working in the remote area also are devoting there more time for there Judicial work they are not working only in the Court but also at the home also. They are taking production of the accused some time at the midnight also and deciding the right of the people. But before Hon'ble Justice Shetty Commission there salary was very low and Subordinate Judges feels shame on them. But Justice Shetty Commission gaves energy and charme to the Subordinate Judges and may be recomdation of Hon'ble Justice E. Padmanabhan give power to the Subordinate Judge to live there life with dignity. Secondly, I feel that and it is hard reality that Subordinate Judge of Country is not getting priority in Circuit Houses and Visram Grum and Executives are getting, further some of the Holy places Subordinate Judges are not getting councelling. So if Hon'ble Justice E. Padmanabhan Committee may think in this area then Subordinate Judges feel very happy. Subordinate Judges are having high acceptation from the commission and from the Hon'ble Supreme Court for providing better allowances which will increase the devotion in there judicial work.

goutam said...

There is no need to set up new courts. Infact it would be much better if the government winds up some of the existing courts and instead use the funds to provide better amenities to the judiciary. More courts only means lesser respect for the judiciary. The judiciary is already receiving a treatment worse than step motherly treatment. If there is a increase in the number of courts, things will go from bad to worse. More courts only mean more litigation and more pending cases.

siva said...

Respected Sir and Madams,

I may not be one of the judiciary officers but a member of his family,He is a jcj, he has 2 work 24 hours though he is working in urban area if he has a DD(dying declaration)section too, no one knows at what time they will come, it might b midnight or at early in the morning he has to go,

Not only my him most of the JCJ'c does the same, But when it comes 2 salary It's really unfair.
Even a bank po' are getting a pay of 19k.

hope the pay commission should b implemented soon and pray that ur hard work must b worthy .

SIVA said...

Considering the rapid increase in the cost of living, it is high time to revise the pay and living standards of judicial officers .................SIVA RAM PRASAD JUDGE NARASANNAPET SRIKAKULAM DISTRICT

Gaurav said...

I have retd from district judge.
I want 2 know whether the recommendations have been implemented?
Whether it is being implemented?
What is the current status?
Whether gratuity has been increased to 10 lakhs?

PRAMOD said...

it seems Mr.GAUTHAM IS EXPRESSING COMMENTS WITHOUT MAKING HIMSELF UPDATED REGARDING THE JUDGES- POPULATION RATIO PREVAILING IN THE DEVELOPED COUNTRIES. THE FACT THAT THE NUMBER JUDGES IN OUR NATION IS FAR FAR BELOW THAN THE INTERNATIONAL RATIO HAS BEEN ACCEPTED AS A GROUND REALITY BY THE HON'BLE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA IN THE ALL INDIA JUDGES ASSOCIATION CASE.

THE HON'BLE APEX COURT ON MANY OCCASIONS HAD REITERATED THAT THE LACK SUFFICIENT COURTS IS THE MAIN REASON FOR THE HUGE BACKLOG.

THE OPINION EXPRESSED BY MR.GAUTHAM DOES NOT APPEARS TO BE SPROUTING FROM A MATURED THINKING ,BECAUSE THE RESPECT OR EGO OF JUDICIAL OFFICER SHOULD NOT BE A CRITERIA FOR REDUCING/INCREASING THE NUMBER OF COURTS.

IT RECOMMENDED TO GO THROUGH THE DOCTRINE OF JUDICIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT FOR THE BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF THE ISSUE .

goutam said...

If setting up of new courts is the only panacea for clearing the backlog of cases then how come despite the setting up of new courts over these many years, there hasnt been a single percentage decline in the pendency, but only increase in the arrears. All these assessments have had only one effect, more pendency!

goutam said...

It would be much better if the ADR mechanism is strengthed rather than an increase in courts.

Peeyush said...

The no. of cases are on an increase because the population in our country is continuously increasing and as people are becoming more and more aware, the litigation is also incresing. if a judicial officer finally decides 2 cases in a day and 4 new cases are assigned to him , then how can we talk about reducing no. of cases in courts. New judicial officers are not recruited and the old judicial officers keep on retiring and the position becomes grave. if all the vacancies in judiciary are filled immediately, then i m sure that a marked improvement and decrease in penedency of cases will be there

Velaras said...

I was informed by our association secretary that the matter has been adjourned to january 2010

goutam said...

For all those who clamoru for more Courts to reduce the pendency of cases, Justice V. R. Krishna Iyer has again reiterated in his article entitled "The syndrome of Judicial Arrears" published in The Hindu on 02 - 12 - 2009 that having more competent judges, not more number of judges is the solution to the persisting problem of judicial arrears. The great further stated that as there is no accountability, the arrears will only multiply despite 10 fold increase in the number of Courts. His Lordship's views are supported by two great Indian juirsts, M. C. Setalvad in his autobiography My Life (1970) and M. C. Chagla in 'Roses in December'. When so many eminent jurists have expressed views against increasing the number of Courts rather than filling the existing vacancies with competent ones, the Hon'ble Chief Justice of India and the Hon'ble Prime Minister would be doing a world of good to the Indian Judiciary and the general public by renouncing their frenzy for more Courts. It would be much better if the funds involved in such an exercise are diverted to improve the infrascture of the existing Courts and provide better amenities like Government Cars to all the judicial officers (not pool cars as if they are school going children.)

Mohammed said...

It is good to see this report being published,but it shld be given to all pensioners and family pensioners immediatelt without any delay...so that the senior citizens of judiciary will be benifited....and it will be a great relief for all of the retd judicial pensioners....

goutam said...

Its been a month since their Lordships, Hon'ble Shri Justice A. K. Patnaik, Hon'ble Shri Justice T. S. Thakur, Hon'ble Shri Justice S. S. Nijjar and Hon'ble Shri Justice K. Radhakrishnan were sworn in as Hon'ble Judges of the Supreme Court. However it is really unfortunate that even today their profiles are not updated in the official website of the Supreme Court of India, except for a mere mention of their Lordships' names. This reflects poorly on the way the judiciary is administered in this country. When such basic details are not updated in the right earnest, how can the most complicated of cases be decided in a jiffy. Just speed up the justice delivery system by simplifying procedures and doing away with cumbersome round of appeals. There won't be a need for new Courts then for sure.

Gaurav said...

I am retired District Judge
Anyone knows what happened in the Supreme Court?????
Is there any progress in the matter??
Have the States submitted their report ???????
When is the matter scheduled to be heard???????
Somebody told that 5th Jan from the date of hearing?
Any one having any updates please let me know

basu said...

UNABLE TO KNOW ABOUT THE ORDER PASSED ON 12/1/2010 BY THE APEX COURT IN THIS MATTER. CAN ANY ONE PUBLISH THE SAME.

sathinadhan said...

IT SEEMS WHEN IT COMES TO SUBORDINATE JUDICIARY ,THE BACK BONE OF THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM ,EVERY ONE HAS A NEGATIVE APPROACH.LETHARGY IN PAY HIKE IS SEEN.

goutam said...

Yes Mr. Sathinadhan. Yet everyone expects each and every judicial officer to put in 200% efforts and reduce backlog!

sathinadhan said...

YES.Everyone fotgets that nowhere in the system it is mandate that a subordinate judicial officer be SUPER HUMAN.Inspite of that do we not give the best output?Yet their cause is very casual for those who should have done otherwise.
It is understood that the matter was adjourned.LONG LIVE THE SUBORDINATE JUDICIARY!

goutam said...

Long Live Subordinate Judiciary. Let the delay in implementation of the Judicial Pay Commission report be compensated by providing better amenities on par with the IAS and IPS officers (like independent vehicles, well furnished chambers and proper working space).

suhail said...

what is status of case does anyone knows

Gaurav said...

has any state implemented the recomendations of pay commission

suhail said...

i don't think so it will come only after supreme court judgement after 23rd feb as central govt has sought last chance to review the report.

suhail said...

justice shetty in his report equated judges at all levels to ministers and legislators but reality is before all 15000 trail court judges,when it comes to protocol judges are underdogs they even are not provided official vehicles which many low level state officers do enjoy.we should not blame only executive for that but our higher judiciary which includes highcourts and supremecourt are equally guility for this condition of lower judiciary,they themselves enjoy high class luxury sedans and security cover and least bother about their younger brothers.

goutam said...

Mr. Suhail you have rightly pointed out the plight of the judicial officers. It is time high that every judicial officer, irrespective of rank and designation, be provided with an independent car and atleast two drivers. Also most of the quarters of judicial officers are constructed in the court complex only making them adn their family prey to the constant survelliance of notorious elements amongst advocates, lititgant public and staff. The Apex Court that boasts of being the guardian of the right to privacy must realise that even judicial officers and their family members deserve privacy and not constant gaze of one and all as if they are prisoners. So provide independent vehicles, sufficient staff and quarters at a place that is distant from the Court buildings. Not to forget, don't expect the judicial officers to work from the cringy confines of antediluvian chambers. NO more additional courts. THe judiciary and its officers need better facilities and a sense of respectability for them to do wonders.

suhail said...

Mr. Gautam you are absolutely correct, respect is what judiciary lack and again higher courts are responsible for that they are creating useless additional posts due to which judicial officers lack respectful service.There is a lot to do to reform judicial service conditions, but it is only possible if higher courts will feel so because executive is already its enemy,they cant see judges enjoying a little bit of what they deserve.

goutam said...

The Fast Track Courts are a convenient way of doing away even with the miniscule facilites enjoyed by the judicial officers. The Fast Track Court judges are made to fend for themselves without providing any staff atleast for namesake. Abolish the Fast Track Courts

marx said...

any know latest update about the case in supreme court. please publish what order had been in the matter and when the commission is to be implemented. presently we judges of lower judiciary are drawing less salary than the senior clerks and stenos

Gaurav said...

what happened today .........Anyone knows the current status

raju said...

enjoy the indian judiciary

sathyan menon said...

Case is posted on 25th as item No.3

man said...

what is the status before supreme court on 25.2.2010

KARUN said...

"Our case did not reach for hearing though listed as
item no ,3 and it is posted to I st week of April 2010!"

sathinadhan said...

very sorry state of affairs,friends.it seems ,even an adjournment of a case can be a cause for frustration which we also forget at times.hope for best at 1st week of april.

Vivek said...

By now all of us (JUDGES) must have come to know how frustrating can a adjournment of case be for the person in need.Friends, justice is awaited by the lacks of litigants knocking the doors of our courts. So we the judges of trial courts must not let those litigants, suffer due to delay in justice. As regard our Pay Commission Case, we all know procedures take ther own time specially when they involve response from several state governments.Hon. Apex court is ther to take care of things. Good Day

Vivek said...

By now all of us (JUDGES) must have come to know how frustrating can a adjournment of case be for the person in need.Friends, justice is awaited by the lacks of litigants knocking the doors of our courts. So we the judges of trial courts must not let those litigants, suffer due to delay in justice. As regard our Pay Commission Case, we all know procedures take ther own time specially when they involve response from several state governments.Hon. Apex court is ther to take care of things. Good Day

KING KHAN said...

Tarikh par Tarikh Magar Insaaf nahi mila (Only dates , no justice)
Long Live subourdiante Judiciary . Lets we better say bye to this service and look for other options as LPOs pays more than 1 lac per month and no dearth of work there. join private firms etc ultimately lawyers are even better than us.

man said...

it is humiliating that the matter of utmost importance of lower judiciary is not taken with importance by the honble supreme court and by state govt. the supreme court and the govts. never thought for a while before increasing the salary of hc and sc judges, why our matter is being delayed when a detailed report has been given by justice padnabhan.

goutam said...

Will not the recent adjournment case relating to salary hikes of judicial officers add to the pendency of cases? If the existing cases are dealt with in a more pragmatic way, there won't be a need for more courts. An increase in the number of Courts is not a panacea to bring down the pendency of cases. What is needed is a change in attitude, working conditions. When the Hon'ble Supreme Court takes so much time to pass final orders on a report submitted long back, how can it expect its officers to work with zeal and bring down pendency over night. NO more new courts but, better facilities to the existing Courts. This is the need of the hour. The judicial officers are a disciplined lot and the Hon'ble Apex Court must attend to their needs at the earliest.

Y.Srinivasa Rao said...

It seems to be that some of judicial officers are feeling trouble to know about the case status of our pay commission. In view of this, I deem that it is apt to furnish the case number which enables them to know the case status by clicking Supreme Court website

Writ (Civil) 1022 of 1989
All India Judges' Association
Vs
Union of India

If any one who wants to know the case status, they may click the case number to know the case status.

Y.SRINIVASA RAO,
M.A(English).,B.Ed., B.L., (LL.M),
Bhimavaram, Andhra Pradesh.

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Velaras said...

what happened today in supreme court regarding pay implementation?

R.VELARAS

Gauravbindo, Arko said...

I.A.NO.244 IN W.P.(C) NO.1022/1989 i.e. the instant case was listed as Serial no.1 before the hon'ble CJI and 2 other judges for 7th April.

What happened in the instant case???

naan yaar said...

The instant case is posted to 20.4.2010.

Y.Srinivasa Rao said...

It is true that the case was posted to 20th April, 2010.

venkat said...
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man said...

please confirm friends if next date is 20-4-2010 or 4-5-2010 as both dates are appearing on net in discussion. on sc site, it is appearing as 2-4-2010. please someone remove the confusions.

man said...

friends. what mr. Venkat said. it appears to be against the report ofjustice padnabhan repoort. dear venket from where u got this information. please show if u have any order or ther source for this.

man said...

mr. vanket hon'ble justice has fixed minimum rs.27,770/- for entry level for civil judge jd, then how u write only rs.21,000/- for cj, jd. please u or sc calculated this method .

venkat said...

Dear friends, the information given by me not my own words and I just informed through this blog directly word to word what pubulished in Pioneer daily online paper, New Delhi Edition and it now available in http://www.dailypioneer.com/247658/Lower-court-judges-set-to-get-three-fold-salary-hike.html. Just I kept the news item published in the above on line paper for further search on this matter and they are not my own words and let us wait for receiving orders of Hon'ble Apex court. I request my friends if any one is having copy of the order pls keep in this blog so that we will get correct information.

Udit said...

Is there any order of S.c regarding impementation of E.padmanabhan committees recommendation? if any, please acknoledge.-Udit

Y.Srinivasa Rao said...

My dear friends, please visit supreme court web site to know complete order.(Please remember that order given infra is not complete order).


''...
States of Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Orissa, Rajasthan,Goa and Mizoram have submitted that they have no objection to the recommendations of Justice Padmanabhan Committee and would take appropriate steps to implement the said recommendations.

The Report has to be implemented with effect from 01.01.2006 so that some retired Judicial Officers be also benefited.

...

The Registrar General/Registrar and Secretary (Law) of each High Court/State/Union Territory is directed to be present on the next date of listing of the matter i.e. on 4th May, 2010. Registrar of this Court is directed to inform the aforesaid officers to remain present in this Court with all necessary instructions and details thereof, on the next date of hearing.

List the matter on 04.05.2010 as Item No.1.W.P.(C)No.597/2007:

Y.Srinivasa Rao said...

Revision of pay scales in respect of Andhra Pradesh judicial officers w.e.f 01-01-2006- GO issued: (GO MS NO 73 OTHERS LAW LA-AND-J-GAD-SC-F DT 01-05-2010).

Revision of sumptuary allowance and Medical allowance w.e.f 01-01-2006 to the Andhra Pradesh Judicial Officers. GO issued; (GO MS NO 74 OTHERS LAW LA-AND-J-GAD-SC-F Dt 01-05-2010)

Please visit to know more. http://goir.ap.gov.in/Reports.aspx

man said...

congrats to judicial officers of andhra pradesh . their salary has been revised as per the justice padnabhan committee w.e.f.1.1.2006 with samptuary and medical allowances. congrats to the state govt. also for showing this courrage to implement this report in letter and sprit. all other states should take lesson from a.p. govt. and should come forward

man said...

other states are using delaying tactics to implement the report. now its turn of supreme court to pass strict order to implement the report of justice padnabhan committee. i think it wil be a new chapter of indian judiciary when all the states shall implement this report. there should not be any other delay in this matter

goutam said...

Hearty Congratulations to the judicial officers of Andhra Pradesh on being sanctioned new pay scales as per the recommendations of Hon'ble Justice E. Padmanabhan Committee. Hope the other states will follow suit very soon. The Apex Court must now improve amenities to the judicial officers on par with IAS and IPS officers, and not just salaries.

man ramawat said...

what happened today in supreme court on 4.5.2010. anybody having latest information. please tell urgently

Sumit Bhalla said...

It is learnt that Supreme Court has accepted the recommendation of pay commission. Anyone knows about the same? kindly confirm

man ramawat said...

i also got same news that the recommendations are almost accepted. but not confirmed so far. anyone who is having correct information. pls confirm

Sumit Bhalla said...

It is confirmed that the Supreme Court has accepted the recommendations of the Committee. Basic pay enhanced but the allowances are still under consideration.

man ramawat said...

congratulations to all judicial officers . s.c. directed all states to implement the report of padnabhan committee

Pankaj Kumar said...

There is no point in cribbing over lack of facilities to judges in this forum. Systematic representation to the pay committee or respective high courts/ SC can only improve the matters. AIJA should be more proactive in seeking redressal of the problems from SC. I really pity to see one of the most noble, honest and hard working professions suffering at the hands of step-brothers (IAS), step-parents (HC/SC)and adverseries (Corrupt Politicians) !

Udit said...

Is it possible to know whether S.C implemented all the recommendations of E. Padmanabhan committee._Udit

Udit said...

Is it possible to know whether S.C implemented all the recommendations of E. Padmanabhan committee._Udit

Gauravbindo, Arko said...

Please let me know the case number
and website where I can find order dated 4 may 2010.
Any body aware of the order may kindly post the same

man ramawat said...

friends. the order dt.4.5.2010 passed by supreme court is available on net on the supreme court of india site in wp(civil) 1022 of 1989. go on the supreme court site, click - case status and then click for latest orders. u wil find the entire order before u.its for ur information friends

man ramawat said...

supreme court has directed the state govts. regarding implementation of justice padnabhan committee report. as regards allowances, 8 weeks time has been given to the state govts. to file the objections etc. before respective high courts as the state govts. have raised objections regardin the allowances. 40 percent arrears are to be deposited forthwith in the g gpf fund account, whereas, 60 percent of arrears are to be paid in next two financial years.

w said...

can anyone tell me how to find the a p govenment g.o dated 01-05-010 swo that we at u p are able to know the status of the benefits

Ugra said...

I am a judicial Officer of the State of Tripura. In Tripura the Govt. is not inclined to implementthe report of E.Padmanabhan Committee. Revised pay commission report is implemented excluding Tripura 1udicial Service. State Govement Employees are gitting Gratuity four lakhs where as Judicial Officers are getting only two Lakh. We are only 56 in number. Thus we are being deprived by IAS and CPIM political ruling Govt.My email No. is cjmkls@gmail.com. will any one of my friend in Andrapradesh take the trouble to sent me the order of A.P Govt.(GO MS NO 73 OTHERS LAW LA-AND-J-GAD-SC-F DT 01-05-2010? Since we3 are poor in mumber our financial ability to knock the door of S.C is also limitted. please suggest what action we should take against the Govt. will.-Udit

goutam said...

The G.O.s 73, 74, 75 issued by the Govt. of A. P. pertaining to salaries and pension of judicial service can be found in the following manner.

1. Go to www.ap.gov.in
2. Click Govt. Orders on your left.
3. Select Department - Law
4. Select Section: LA-AND-J-GAD-SC-F.
5. Type G. o. No. 73 or 74 0r 75

and select to view

pramod said...

http://courtnic.nic.in/supremecourt/temp/102219893452010p.txt

Gauravbindo, Arko said...

Let us know in through this blog when
different states comply with the orders of the supreme court. We know AP has issued notification, what about other states

pramod said...

up gov has issued go about revised pay scale for judicial officers of up

goutam said...

The Hon'ble Supreme Court must also ensure that independent vehicles are provided to each and every judicial officer, their chambers well furbished and quarters well maintained and the quarters must not be within the precincts of the Court to avoid unnecessary gaze of the public round the clock.

gendle said...

Everybody knows including higher judiciary and Government that The Subordinate judges are the back bone of the Indian Judiciary. They got much experience in their long and long carrier.(more than 20 years)and it is enough to become a good decision maker. Because they are coming across many bad situation and all sorts of cases. Why they are not getting chance to become the judge of higher judiciary? and why they follow British customs in india even after getting freedom. In indian Judiciary all the judges from lower and higher judiciary are law graduates. So everybody should trained and come from the lower judicial. No need all india judicial service, only need experience in making decision using the appropriate law. So Govt., should not waste time and money in selecting directly to higher judiciary. In Ladder we cannot jump from first step to tenth step, nobody can jump like this. each and everybody should go step by step and reach the first floor. Please avoid Direct recruitment for district level (DJ)
and respect the lower judiciary and don't neglect lower court judges and think their future, then only everything should be honest. All India Judicial Officer Association should go into this matter seriously and request the consent authority.

Jay Vijay said...

Kudos to Air India Management for de-recognising 2 unions and terminating the services of 17 office bearers and suspensing 15 engineers..

It is unfortunate that Banking Industry's Unions are all made up of retired leaders.

IBA, Bank Management & GOI should take note of this and hence forth any strikes called by Unions to stall banks mergers should be dealt with high hand if Govt wants Banking Indutry to survive.

Kudos to Praful Patel Civil Aviation Minister.Cgi

If INDIA wants to make a place in the world then All types of Union giri should be stopped and should brig a gag order also in banking Industry.
Crs of Rs will be saved also from staff's pocket for the monthly fees & levys collected by these union leaders who only strikes against Govts plans of megering banks.

Unke logo ke Baap ne Banks establish ki thi kya ?

goutam said...

Yes. Indian Govt must not be held to ransom by any one in the name of Unions and unprovoked strikes.

man ramawat said...

what is the gross salary of judges of different scales of the state of andhra pradesh. pleas some one tell on net as a.p.officers were to receive revised salary first time in the country.please tell urgently

goutam said...

To the basic salary add 35% dearness allowance, Rs.1000/- medical allowance and sumptuary allowance as applicable to each grade, you will get the gross salary.

For newly recruited Junior Civil Judge it is nearly Rs. 39,500.

For a Senior Civil Judge it is Rs.65,000.

For Senior District Judge it is Rs. 98,000.

man ramawat said...

why the judges are not entitled to grade pay like other state officers or if the the judicial officers are entitled to any grade pay. are judicial officers in a.p. are getting grade pay. please discuss this on this net

man ramawat said...

it may also be noted here that at present the judicial officers are getting d.p.like other state officials. in shetty commission also it was directed that the judicial officers are also entitled to other benefits like central govt.

Gauravbindo, Arko said...

When is the next date for hearing?
for the allowances which has not been decided

Whether the upper limit of gratuity has been raised from 3.5 lakhs to 10 lakhs in any other states?

Whether allowances as recommended by the Padmanabhan Committee has been directed to be paid?

Which states apart from Andhra Pradesh have implemented and which states are applying delaying tactics like Jharkhand?

I would be glad to get the answers of these questions

gendle said...

All state (except AP)making delay to implement the supreme court order and
they are not interested to rise the Judicial officers salary. All state governments are sleeping with this order and they will not do anything shortly. The executive officers are jealous in this matter and they are thinking that Judicial officer are low cadre officer. They didn't respect judiciary. Because Higher Judiciary is not supporting to lower judiciary. All State Judicial Officers Associations should take immediate step to wake up the state governments. All Politicians and executive officers Making delay in all matters of Judiciary.Judiciary files and orders are moving like tortoise. This is the only example the state governments are not interested and not giving response the Judiciary

goutam said...

Atleast now the judicial officers must strive to achieve better amenities like well furbished chambers, quarters, vehicles and let not the executive stand in their way.

man ramawat said...

gujrat and madhya pradesh govt. also issued govt. orders to implement justice padnabhan committee report in toto.

gendle said...

M.P Government has decided to hike
salaries and allowances of judges
www.zeenews.com/news636718.html

Udit said...

In Tripura the state Govt, is not inclined to implement the reports of e-Padmanabhan committee. Gratuity of Judicial Officers are only Rs, 2,00,000/-. For others it is Rs. 4,00,000/-. High court of Assam which control us becomes a silect spectator. What more to say? We are fed up.-Udit

man ramawat said...

are the judicial officers in the state of andhra pradesh and gujrat are being paid grade pay alongwith revised pay scales and what is the total gross salary being paid to the judicial officers in the cadres of civil judge, jd, sd, and dj and adj. please someone confirm it urgently

man ramawat said...

salary of judicial officers revised in state of jharkhand

gentle said...

Pay hike for judges okayed in jharkhand.
http://www.telegraphindia.com/1100624/jsp/jharkhand/story_12599902.jsp
http://igovernment.in/site/new-zooming-pay-structure-jharkhand-judiciary-37849

Udit Choudhuri,ADJ,Khowai, West Tripura said...

Whether judicial Officers are also entitled to grade pay? Ifthey are entitled to drade pay then in which grade? Is there any such direction from S.C? At last Tripura Govt has implemented direction of S.C regarding report of E. Padmanabhan committee only regarding Scale of pay with out DA, CA,HR with comment that in those regard seperate notification will be issued later on.

man ramawat said...

supreme court has decided to sit weakly on this matter at 2 pm.and now the matter is adjourned to 19-7-2010 for orders regarding allowances. i think now the supreme court is quite serious in this matter. thanks to present cji.

man ramawat said...

it is also stated in the order dt. 12.7.2010 that almost all the states have revised the pay scales and now the dispute is only regarding the allowances.

KUSUMHARA said...

Excellent observation so far
Thjank you CJI for taking steps towards upliftment of sub ordinate judiciary

Gauravbindo, Arko said...

Judicial Officers are not getting any grade pay nor will they get grade pay in future.
However they will get Dearness Allowance @ 35% at per with the Members of the State Public Service Commission.
They are also entitled to get MA and Sumputury Allowance

gentle said...

If no grade pay, There will be only Rs 5ooo-7000 increase from the current pay and other allowances also increase as per latest pay commission report. everybody will knows the all pay structure within a couple of months. All India Judicial officer association should think about the status of Subordinate judges. In service Judicial officers are working 20 to 30 years as magistrate to Adj.In future even they will not(cannot)enter Higher judiciary or District level because now 25% of Advocates and govt advocates are selecting for direct Dj as per shetty commission.
It is damaging the lower judicial officers service and career. Please take immediate steps regarding this. why should not select 25% from senior Judicial officers? Please post your views about this.

Gauravbindo, Arko said...

Subordinate judicial officers should make a representation that the exam which is conducted for the entry level District Judges i.e. ADJ exam should be open to Bar and the Bench alike viz. Sub ordinate Judicial Officers and Advocates

OR

Civil Judges junior division who complete seven years of experience total
Bar+ Becnh should be eligible
for ADJ

KUSUMHARA said...

Fully Agree.
Judicial Magistrate/Munsif/Civil Judge Junior Division should be eligible to appear for ADJ examination.
If they are good enough they should be selected.
After all if they are not good enough they will get eliminated.
Same process should be applied for selection of ADJ out of the 25% quota
for entrance

man ramawat said...

anyone knows what happened today on 19.7.2010 regarding allowances in the supreme court

gentle said...

It is said that Tamil Nadu government issued order for hike salary

pramod said...

Hon'ble supreme court on 19thjuly has ordered that all states govt. shall implement allowences recomended by padmanabhan committee w.e.f 01.01.2006. areaares due , if any, in respect of these allowences shall be paid in cash in two insalments 60% should be paid within three months from the date of order and remaining 40% in next nine months

suhail said...

in j&k govt is not paying any heed to pay increase,judges r in misery here.

suhail said...
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KARUN said...

TAMIL NADU GO FOR JUDICIAL OFFICERS PAY – HOME [COURT 1] DEPARTMENT GO NO.647/2010;VIEW IN: http://tnjn.blogspot.com/-
KARUNA.

KARUN said...

12.7.10 & 19.7.10 SC ORDER REGARDING ALLOWANCES OF JUDICIAL OFFICERS:
VIEW IN: http://indjn.blogspot.com/. &
http://www.tnjn.blogspot.com/.

suresh said...

any order for grade pay to judicial officers? are we eligible to get it? what about it? pl any one reply for my ????????????

man ramawat said...

haryana govt. issued notification for revision of salary of judicial officers w.e.f.1.1.2006. arrears upto june,2010 will be paid in cash in this year and remaining shall be paid in next year. revised salary in next month. congrats to judicial officers in haryana

man ramawat said...

NO GRADE PAY FOR JUDICIAL OFFICERS IN HARYANA . ASSOCIATION MUST MOVE TO THE SUPREME COURT IN THIS REGARD

suresh said...

is it possible to get it? any discussion is pending before supreme court regarding grade pay?

gentle said...

congrats Hariyana and Tamil nadu Judicial Officers for hike in salary.

KARUN said...

Mr. Suresh, No discussion is pending before supreme court regarding grade pay because No idea for grade pay in Justice Padmanaban committee Recommendations.

velaras said...

what about today in supreme court reg other allowences.

KARUN said...

FULL PENSION FOR JUDGES HAVING 20 YEAR SERVICE!- SC Order on 26.7.2010
-VIEW IN: http://www.ptinews.com/news/818931_SC-fiat-on-judges--pension

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suhail said...

is there any chance of approval.

gentle said...
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suhail said...

J&k GOVT HAS MOVED SUPREME COURT TO REVIEW THE JUDGES PAY HIKE ,THEY ARE REFUSING TO ACCEPT THE HIKE.THIS GOVT MUST BE PENALIZED BY SUPREME COURT FOR NOT ACCEPTING THEIR ORDER.

suhail said...

they say judges are cheating but they don't know wt they r facing and if that was not enough rules were made to sit in exams for hardworking judges who work day and night not enjoying a single percent what IAS and other officers do, and for decades and wt they get in return is that for promotion they have to pass this humiliating exam, this is ridiculous.Instead there should be a exam for promotion to high courts for district judges after 5 years, but no then govt has to fill its quota of judges from favorite advocates who are in govt favor and lessen chances of elite district judges to get there...

murugananthan said...

I Examiner of First additional district munisf cum judicial magistrate court No I ulundurpet(now under suspension)humbly requesting that we very much appreciate the judicial pay commision granted for the judicial officers, but we the ministeral staffs are also working much without notifying our office timings, we are eagarly expecting the njpc for the ministeral staffs also in the judicial department, our honurable officers have to take steps to implement the njpc for the staffs. If it is happened so we will be very much grateful to njpc. thank u

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kumar said...

It is true that the Subordinate Judiciary is vital backbone of our Indian Judiciary.The judges done the justice to litigant public with hard work alongwith devotional feelings.The Judiciary have got very much intrest to do the justice especially under the Sec.89 of CPC.The people got justice from them with full faith and confidence.

KUSUMHARA said...

Whether newly appointed Civil Judges will get pension on retirement or like central government staffs has pension been cancelled Plz give info regarding different states

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suhail said...

AT LAST J&K JUDGES WILL RECEIVE THEIR FIRST HIKED PAY IN SEPTEMBER.

Smith said...

Congrats

Ashok said...

Trial Court Judges are the plinth of Indian Judiciary. If the plinth will became strong then only the whole building will be strong.
Congratulations to the Apex Court for the improvement in the service and working condition.

Ashok Kumar Goyal
Higher Judicial Service
Raipur (C.G.)

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