Q. Consider the following statements regarding appointment of judges:
1.The judges of the Supreme Court are appointed by the president.
2.The judges of the High Court are appointed by the Governor.
Which of the statements given above is/are NOT correct?
Explanation: The judges of the Supreme Court are appointed by the president. The chief justice is appointed by the president after consultation with such judges of the Supreme Court and high courts as he deems necessary.
- The judges of a high court are appointed by the President. The chief justice is appointed by the President after consultation with the chief justice of India and the governor of the state concerned.
- For appointment of other judges, the chief justice of the concerned high court is also consulted.
- In case of a common high court for two or more states, the governors of all the states concerned are consulted by the president.
Source: Laxmikanth Polity