Why not Judicial Vista like Central Vista? Supreme Court seeks reply from Center in two days

New Delhi: The Supreme Court has sought a response from the Central government on a petition on the state-of-the-art Judicial Vista. The court has said that why can't there be a 'judicial vista' on the lines of the Central Vista? The court termed the petition as reasonable and asked the Centre to present its stand within two days. A bench of justices Vineet Saran and J K Maheshwari asked the Centre to explain its stand on a petition filed by advocate Ardhendu Mauli Kumar Prasad. 

In a plea for the construction of the Judicial Vista, the top court asked Solicitor General Tushar Mehta to take a stand on the matter by the Central government. The court told the central government that the petition was practical and reasonable. So, let the Central Government tell on this matter, what is its view? The court said that the government's stand should be placed before the court within a day or two. The case will then be heard.

During the hearing, the court also agreed to the Judicial Vista project and said that the time has come that there should be a judicial vista just like the Central Vista. He said that things should be planned. In fact, Ardhendu Mauli Kumar Prasad has filed a petition in the top court seeking the construction of a judicial vista around the Supreme Court premises. The petition also mentioned the establishment of an independent central authority exclusively by the government to improve judicial infrastructure across the country with this major demand.

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