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I started my career as a Class IV employee and the only asset I possess is integrity

S. H. Kapadia (Former Chief Justice of India)

In the end it may be stated that the true value of a decision lies in its propriety and not in the decision being right or wrong

S. H. Kapadia (Former Chief Justice of India)

We do not mind a studied, fair criticism. The problem is with generalisation. Please do not bring the entire institution into disrepute.

S. H. Kapadia (Former Chief Justice of India)

President of a Bar Association commented yesterday that the Supreme Court is dominated by pro-government judges. He should come and sit here for a day to know in how many cases, we haul up the government day in and day out...based on issues

Dhananjaya Y. Chandrachud

I don’t think the use of the word warpath is appropriate. Look, my effort had been to ensure that independence of the judiciary is not affected in any manner. 

Justice R. M. Lodha

On the BCCI, we did our best. That is for people to decide. We have put forward a structure which I believe would be a template for other sports bodies

Justice R. M. Lodha

If you are talking about the national anthem matter, this was avoidable because this is not something that the court should be doing. 

Justice R. M. Lodha

Everyone should get an opportunity. The order speaks for itself. As simple as that

Justice R. M. Lodha

There are just a few officials who think they can defy the Supreme Court. These officials are examples of nepotism that has led to the current state of affairs.

Justice R. M. Lodha

Our hopes of good cricket governance were ignited when we were given the task of suggesting the reforms. It is very clear that some individuals are opposing them because their monopoly stands to be erased.

Justice R. M. Lodha

The BCCI showed a total act of defiance, it should not have done that. It should have acted immediately on recommendations, especially when the same were accepted by the Supreme Court

Justice R. M. Lodha

I am done with it, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) should have avoided the situation to come to such a sad end, it should have reacted earlier

Justice R. M. Lodha

On certain aspects they were open to changes and on certain aspects, they were not.

Justice R. M. Lodha

Somebody told us auditing of the state associations, because they don’t know how the money is spent. So, there were certain things like these, but some of them were saying it’s absolutely fine. 

Justice R. M. Lodha

Everyone should know that the Supreme Court is final and binding on all concerned and if you don’t obey, the consequences do follow. So this is the consequence of not following the Supreme Court order.

Justice R. M. Lodha

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