Can't expect all Supreme Court judges to have same opinion, speak in one voice: Former CJI NV Ramana

The former CJI said that all the judges speaking in one voice would not be a healthy sign of democracy.
Former CJI NV Ramana and Supreme Court
Former CJI NV Ramana and Supreme Court

The Supreme Court of India has more than thirty judges who are independent Constitutional functionaries and they cannot be expected to have the same opinion or speak in one voice, former Chief Justice of India (CJI) NV Ramana said on Sunday.

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