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Supreme Court should sit in larger bench compositions to avoid conflicting judgments: Retired Justice S Muralidhar

Indian Supreme Court is so different. It has 17 two judge benches. You are bound to have differing interpretations. We should sit in larger benches so that conflict among benches is minimised, and decisions should not be relooked unless there is some serious disagreement. Next is the volume of work; the brain is extremely tired, it is very exhausting cerebral work that leaves you very less time (to think), and the likelihood of mistakes increases,” said Dr Muralidhar. 

Source: Barandbench

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