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How Y K Sabharwal made his mark in the Indian judiciary

Y K Sabharwal was a legendary personality of Indian legal field. During his entire career, he has gone through a number of challenges, controversies but had never taken a back step. The budding law aspirants of India look forward to Y K Sabharwal. He has been known for various things, but above all, his attitude was respected the most. Today, where the crime is burgeoning, and people are losing their trust over the judiciary, judges like him were the only ray of hope. No matter what the circumstances were and who was standing in front of the court, Mr. Y K Sabharwal has seen everyone with ultimate equality.
In his court, no one was considered, and his judgments were the utter example of the same. Y K Sabharwal never got scared of taking a rigorous step either against the political parties or the construction giants. It is the sole reason as for why he has attained so much respect. His judgments resulted in major controversies, and other parties got enough room to stand against him. Ev…

Why will we miss YK Sabharwal?

YK Sabharwal, the thirty-sixth Chief Justice of India has worked enormously for the betterment of people, legal system and above all for the development of the country. He has served the legal system all his life, regardless of numerous allegations, controversies that came up in the path of his major judgments.His judgements have always raised many eyebrows but when it comes to the application of the same, valid and fruitful changes have been observed all over.
He is the one who has given the citizens, opportunity to challenge fundamental rights laid in the Constitution of India. It is a massive power in the hands of the citizens of the country as they are now protected and no one can breach their rights. Further, without any fear, they can knock the doors of law and ask for justice.

Along with this, YK Sabharwal has given his thoughts clear with respect to the LGBT community concerning their rights. He was the first who understood the depth of LGBT rights and why they are so important…