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State organs should work in tandem: CM

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GUWAHATI, Oct 17 - Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi today said that the Legislature, the Executive and the Judiciary � the three main organs of the State � have to work in tandem for a strong and healthy democracy.

In the light of the Supreme Court judgement declaring the constitution of the National Judicial Appointment Commission as �unconstitutional and void�, thus restoring the collegium system for appointment of judges to the higher judiciary, Gogoi said the independence of the Judiciary has to be maintained to ensure justice, uphold the fundamental rights of the people and remove the inequities from which the anti-democratic forces derive their sustenance. �The manner in which the Central government tried to have some sort of control over the Judiciary by trying to replace the collegium system is not in consonance with the spirit of our democratic polity. The Legislature, the Executive and the Judiciary have to go together for a healthy democracy and that is the cardinal principle of our Constitution,� said Gogoi.

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State organs should work in tandem: CM

GUWAHATI, Oct 17 - Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi today said that the Legislature, the Executive and the Judiciary � the three main organs of the State � have to work in tandem for a strong and healthy democracy.

In the light of the Supreme Court judgement declaring the constitution of the National Judicial Appointment Commission as �unconstitutional and void�, thus restoring the collegium system for appointment of judges to the higher judiciary, Gogoi said the independence of the Judiciary has to be maintained to ensure justice, uphold the fundamental rights of the people and remove the inequities from which the anti-democratic forces derive their sustenance. �The manner in which the Central government tried to have some sort of control over the Judiciary by trying to replace the collegium system is not in consonance with the spirit of our democratic polity. The Legislature, the Executive and the Judiciary have to go together for a healthy democracy and that is the cardinal principle of our Constitution,� said Gogoi.

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