Chief Justice of India (CJI) DY Chandrachud on Wednesday came to the defence of the Supreme Court Registry after it was pointed out that a matter was listed before another bench, in violation of rules..The CJI made the observation when Advocate Prashant Bhushan mentioned a contempt plea in the Tamil Nadu cash-for-jobs scam case.Senior Advocate Dushyant Dave explained that the matter was to be listed before Justice Krishna Murari, but was assigned to another bench."Registry needs to follow rules," he added.At this point, CJI Chandrachud replied,"It is very easy to criticize the Registry, but I have to take a look at the papers and then take a call.".Solicitor General for India Tushar Mehta then weighed in, saying that the decision to list cases lies with the Chief Justice of India as master of roster, and all parties involved are obligated to accept the decision.Dave then clarified,"I am a judges son and I have great faith in the judiciary and my criticism is always objective and not subjective. Please do not misunderstand."However, the CJI remarked, "It is very easy for you to criticize anyone under the Sun, but let me take a look at the papers in the evening.".Senior Advocate Gopal Sankaranarayanan then pointed out that the case was previously dealt with by a bench of Justice V Ramasubramanian, which is why it was listed again before him. Senior Advocate Kapil Sibal opined that such matters should not even be discussed before the Court.