Q. 93.7( 3 Votes )

How and by whom can the judge of the Supreme Court and the High court be removed?

Answer :

the judges of the Supreme Court can be removed by the President after such an order is presented by the Parliament.

The grounds on which the Judges could be removed are proved misbehavior or incapacity to hold the office further.

a. The address of removal must be supported by a special majority of each house of Parliament.

b. The special majority means the majority of total membership of that house and majority of not less than two-thirds of the members of the house.

c. A committee consisting of Chief Justice of Supreme Court and High Court and distinguished jurist is formed.

d. The committee enquires whether the judge is guilty or not.

e. Then the motion has to be passed by the house with a special majority.

f. The President passes an order of his removal.

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