What say you, Karnan? | Gayathree Kalliyat

It was not envisaged that the judiciary would require an external agency to keep stock of the actions of its members, as it may cause interference with the independence of the judiciary. Internal discipline, in fact, was expected to flow naturally from this high pedestal the judiciary occupied. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that great caution was exercised to devise a mechanism for appointments, salaries, transfers, etc. of judges.

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