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Y K Sabharwal

Y K Sabharwal; Lets us not forget him

Law is a vast subject and does not have any end to it. It is because it comprises land, human, property, rights, and the list goes on. Today young boys and girls and coming up with for making their career in law. Earlier there was no transparency between the law and its people because people use to get scared of asking help from the law, but with the presence of Chief Justice like Y K Sabharwal things have changed a lot. He has given all his life for, and this is the reason today we remember him with so much pride and honor.
He was a man who was never afraid of putting forward his thoughts. Once he said that the subject of fundamental rights infringement could not be a part of the academic question, which is in all way appropriate. While at that time, he faced criticism but it did not stop him from taking the most significant judgment on Fundamental rights and made it challenging by the people of the country in court just like the Directive Principles. Also, it was Chief Justice Y K S…

Y K Sabharwal; A name to memorize

Y K Sabharwal is a name that holds glory and it is a matter of pride that we are sustaining in such society. Though he is not with us, but still he will live long with his path-breaking judgments and ideas. Today, we all are living in the society where it is only the law that can safeguard us. At the same time if we want the law to work for our progress then we need judges like Y K Sabharwal.
Let us start with his expedition, as of how he started and what were the challenges he faced to reach the pinnacle of success. Y K Sabharwal has begun his career as an advocate in 1969 at the Indian railways and after that, he excelled to Delhi Administration and then to Bar Council of India. After serving years, he was elected as the Chief Justice of India in the year 2005. Here he served for one year and two months and after that, he resigned. The reason for the resignation was the retirement age. The retirement age of the judges as per the Indian law is 26 years.

Y K Sabharwal has worked on all…