New Delhi: The Supreme Court rebuked the Kerala High Court while hearing a case. The Supreme Court made a strong comment, saying that the judges of the High Court are also a part of India. Actually, the top court was hearing in the famous Ernakulam Church case in Kerala. The Kerala High Court had changed the order of the top court in the case. On which the apex court called it the culmination of judicial indiscipline.
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Justice Arun Mishra was so angry during the hearing that he did not even hesitate to name the High Court judge who passed the order. Justice Mishra said this is a very objectionable order. Who is this judge? His name should be spoken loudly by the court so that everyone can know how he is a judge. Justice Mishra made this remark during a hearing on the petition of Father Isek Matemall Corr Episcopa, representative of St. Mary Orthodox Syrian Church.
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He challenged the Kerala High Court order on 8 March, in which the court allowed the Jacobite group to pray inside the church. In the petition, he said that parallel service cannot be allowed in the church. Pastors not appointed under the Jacobite group or Malankara Church guidelines should be prevented from carrying out any religious activities in the church. Justice Mishra said that the High Court judge has no right to tamper with our order. With this, the bench set aside the High Court order. The Supreme Court has also commented strongly on the Kerala government. The court said that Kerala is known for disobeying our orders.
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