SC: Doubling number of judges not a solution to tackle pendency
Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to entertain a PIL seeking doubling the sanctioned strength of judges in all courts to deal with the huge pendency of cases, saying filling up of existing vacancies is a major challenge in itself. "Where do we get good judges? Have you asked good lawyers why they refuse to become judges," CJI Chandrachud said.
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