A “ vested interest” group  is trying to influence the judiciary in a letter to the Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud . Lawyers have staged their concerns. Senior advocates Harish Salve and Pinky Anand and more than 600 lawyers in India have expressed their concerns. In cases involving political leaders and corruption charges , in view of the output , pressure tactics are employed by a group to influence Judicial outcomes. Under the subject head “Threat to judiciary” a letter was written by lawyer as “These actions pose a significant threat to the democratic fabric and the trust placed in judicial processes.” To undermine public confidence in courts and to discredit current proceedings , lawyers claimed that the “ interest group” was propagating false narratives. The tactics used by the group was pointed by out by the lawyers. This group will criticise selectively or praise court decisions based on their political agenda . The letter to the CJI said “It’s troubling to see some lawyers defend politicians by the day, and then try to influence judges through the media at night.” In the letter it’s said “ bench fixing “ theory was peddled by this group . The lawyers said “It is strange to see politicians accuse someone of corruption and then defend them in court. If the court’s decision doesn’t go their way, they quickly criticise the courts inside the court as well as through the media .” With just sometime for 2024 Lok Sabha elections, the group of lawyers alleged  the activities of some elements . They are trying out all ways with social media, spreading lies such that judges decide in a particular way in their cases.


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