235. Control over subordinate courts.

The control over district courts and courts subordinate thereto including the posting and promotion of, and the grant of leave to, persons belonging to the judicial service of a State and holding any post inferior to the post of district judge shall be vested in the High Court, but nothing in this article shall be construed as taking away from any such person any right of appeal which he may have under the law regulating the conditions of his service or as authorising the High Court to deal with him otherwise than in accordance with the conditions of his service prescribed under such law.

2 Responses to “235. Control over subordinate courts.”

  1. B S MURTHY says:

    This article is not specific enough on the disciplinary matters of the Judicial officers. When we lodge a complaint on High Court Judge regarding his corrupt activity in delivering a judgement, Supreme Court should not absolve itself on its responsibility. Similarly when the complaint is lodged with Supreme Court on other judges of lower rank it should give instructions to High Court to attend to the complaint.

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