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A Judge of the Supreme Court of India Or High Court of Any State Can Be Removed by the President of India Only - Current Affairs Including General Knowledge

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A Judge of the Supreme Court of India or High Court of any  State can be removed by the President of India only

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  • when the Principles of Natural Justice are followed and the alleged misconduct is proved in an impartial enquiry.

  • if he is satisfied through the report made by the Chief  Justice of India that the misconduct of the judge has been proved. 

  • when an address is made by both the Houses of  Parliament in the same session asking for his/her removal on the grounds of proven misbehaviour and incapacity.

  • when the President and the Prime Minister are satisfied that he or she has committed misconduct and the same has been proved before a competent authority.

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Solution

A Judge of the Supreme Court of India or High Court of any  State can be removed by the President of India only when an address is made by both the Houses of  Parliament in the same session asking for his/her removal on the grounds of proven misbehaviour and incapacity.

Concept: Polity Current Affair (Entrance Exam)
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