Centre vs SC Collegium: Union Regulation Minister Kiren Rijiju on Tuesday mentioned it was a “matter of grave concern” that sure parts of delicate studies of the Intelligence Bureau and Analysis and Evaluation Wing have been put in public area by the Supreme Courtroom Collegium.
He mentioned intelligence company officers work in a secret method for the nation, and they might “assume twice” in future if their studies are made public.
He was responding to questions on some latest Supreme Courtroom Collegium resolutions, which contained potions of IB and RAW studies on sure names beneficial by the highest courtroom for appointment as excessive courtroom judges, being made public final week.
The Collegium had reiterated the names to the federal government earlier this month whereas rejecting intelligence inputs.
“Placing the delicate or secret studies of RAW and IB in public area is a matter of grave concern on which I’ll react at an applicable time,” Rijiju advised reporters at a Regulation Ministry occasion.