Judicial officers with comprehension of law but lacking ethics, are a great danger to Judiciary: Orissa High Court

Judicial officers with comprehension of law but lacking ethics, are a great danger to Judiciary: Orissa High Court

Underlining that a judicial officer having good knowledge of the law but lacking in ethics or having a doubtful character, is a great danger to the smooth functioning of the Judiciary, the Orissa High Court last week held the mandatory retirement passed in contact with a Judicial officer of the subordinate courts in the State are under the administrative control of the HC  in terms of Article 235 of the Constitution of India. The Bench of Chief Justices Dr. S. Muralidhar and Justice B. P. Routray was hearing the case of a Judicial Officer, Rama Chandra Mohanty, who looked for the rescinding of an order of compulsory retirement and for all subsequent service benefits. Additionally, the Court also remarked that they are different from other civil servants and that a single blot in their service record makes them vulnerable, and thus, they are anticipated to have an ideal character in all respects.

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