No litigant or third party has right to intervene, comment on judge's recusal: Delhi High Court

Justice Asha Menon said that the discretion of a judge on recusal is absolute, and any investigation into its cause or reason would amount to interference with the course of justice.
Justice Asha Menon
Justice Asha Menon

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday held that when a judge recuses from hearing a case, no litigant or third party has any right to intervene, comment or enquire about the same because the discretion of the judge in hearing or not hearing a matter is absolute [Sherry George v Govt. of NCT of Delhi].

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