- The Chief Justice had held the full court meeting on July 14 of the Rajasthan High Court
- The court said this decision was taken in honor of the right to equality in the constitution
Jul 15, 2019, 08:11 PM IST
Jodhpur The Rajasthan High Court has issued a notice on Monday and said that now the lawyers and others will not use words like My Lord and Your Lordships for judges. The court said that in the full court meeting held on 14th July for the respect of the right to equality in the Constitution, it was unanimously agreed that lawyers appearing before the court and others will not use such words for the judges.
In the Full Court meeting this proposal was placed on behalf of Chief Justice S. Ravindra Bhatt. All the judges supported it. The Registrar General of the High Court gave this information and said that all the advocates follow this rule. Rajasthan High Court Advocate Association president Ranjit Joshi welcomed the Chief Justice and the decision of the Full Court.
Contrary to the order of the Allahabad High Court, the High Court's favor
Earlier in April, Allahabad High Court had issued an order to its officers and said that whenever they see the judges coming out of the court gallery, respectfully respect them and respect them. The court had said that any order of the officers will be taken seriously after the order.