‘To Browbeat, Bully Others Is Vintage Congress Culture’: PM Modi Hits Back After 600 Lawyers’ Letter To CJI


PM's Scathing Tweet On Congress Following 600 Lawyers' Letter To Chief Justice

After legal experts raised concerns about purported moves to undermine India’s judiciary, Prime Minister Narendra Modi slammed the Congress party. Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud received complaints from hundreds of attorneys and bar groups nationwideVintage Congress Culture’: PM Modi’s tweet criticizing Congress
On ‘X’, PM Modi accused Congress of using intimidation and pressure. “To browbeat and bully others is vintage Congress culture,” said he.He noted that Congress demands commitment from others but makes no commitment to the nation. PM Modi: “No wonder, 140 crore Indians reject them.”

After nearly 600 lawyers, including Harish Salve and Bar Council chairperson Manan Kumar Mishra, wrote to Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud, he responded. The letter said a “vested interest group” was pressuring the judiciary and smearing judges, particularly in politician corruption cases.
Union Minister and Arunachal West contender Kiren Rijiju highlighted voices opposing such demands. He accused Congress of assaulting institutions that don’t serve their interests and encouraging a “committed judiciary” in the past

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Mallikarjun Kharge questioned PM Modi’s comments on the judiciary. Using Supreme Court judge comments, he expressed doubts about institutional independence under the existing government.
I have questions for you since you consider India’s institutions your property. Why did four ranking Supreme Court judges convene an extraordinary press conference to warn against your regime’s ‘destruction of democracy’? Why did your government nominate a Rajya Sabha judge? Adds Kharge.

The debate heated up when Congress leader Jairam Ramesh accused PM Modi of hypocrisy for protecting the judiciary while orchestrating attacks. Ramesh called PM Modi’s electoral bonds proposal divisive.
PM Modi was accused of hypocrisy by Congress leader Jairam Ramesh of orchestrating attacks on the judiciary while defending it. Ramesh called PM Modi’s electoral bonds proposal divisive.

“In 10 years, the Prime Minister has only divided, distorted, diverted, and defamed. 140 crore Indians are ready to respond   soo”Congress leader added.In the last decade, the Prime Minister has only divided, distorted, diverted, and defamed. “140 crore Indians are ready to respond soon,” the Congress leader added.Lawyers also expressed worries about groups’ tactics to influence judges and denigrate the judiciary in a separate letter. They advised Chief Justice Chandrachud to lead in “tough times” and stressed the Supreme Court’s strength.

Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge harshly reacted to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s comment on “vintage Congress culture” on Thursday, accusing the PM and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of “manipulating Democracy.” Kharge challenged PM Modi to “stop blaming Congress for own sins,” citing examples such as granting a Rajya Sabha nomination for one former high court judge in Bengal and a Lok Sabha ticket for another.

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PM Modi attacked the Congress earlier in the day after over 600 attorneys wrote to Chief Justice of India (CJI) DY Chandrachud to voice their worries about the activities of a “specific interest group.” The lawyers claimed that the organization is attempting to sabotage courts and exert pressure on the judges.

Congress President Kharge attacked the Prime Minister harshly on social media, saying that he “conveniently forgot that 4 senior-most Supreme Court judges were forced to hold an unprecedented press conference” to warn against the “destruction of Democracy.”You overlook the fact that your party is fielding a former West Bengal High Court Judge in the next Lok Sabha elections. Why was he given this nomination?” he enquired.In closing, Kharge accused PM Modi of “mastering the art of manipulating Democracy and hurting the Constitution” and urged him to cease holding the Congress party responsible for his “own sins.”

Following over 600 attorneys’ worries over the acts of a “specific interest group” in a letter to Chief Justice Chandrachud, Prime Minister Narendra chastised the establishment on Thursday.

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In his statement, Prime Minister Modi claimed that the Congress has a culture of intimidating and browbeating people while “shamelessly” requiring devotion for their own gain.
Bullying and browbeating people is a classic aspect of Congress culture. They had demanded a “committed judiciary” fifty years prior; they openly seek commitment from others for their own self-interest but refrain from making any commitments to the country. PM Modi stated in a post on X, “It makes sense that 140 crore Indians are rejecting them.

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