Lack of Constitutional sovereignty will lead to anarchy: CJI
Bhubaneswar: Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra on Friday said Constitutional sovereignty is supreme and all must surrender before it. Stating that the country will plunge into anarchy in the absence of Constitutional sovereignty, Justice Misra said it is mandatory for all to abide by the rules of the law.
"We all are under the Constitutional sovereignty, and we have to surrender to Constitutional supremacy," Justice Misra said while addressing a function organised by the All Odisha Lawyers Association.
"We have to keep it in mind that the legislature, executive and judiciary are under Constitutional sovereignty."