|Manu Neethi Chozan statue, Court complex. Madras High Cour|
|Manu Neethi Cholan . creativity is god|
'The king who gives not a facile audience (to those who approach him) and who does not examine and pass judgment (on their complaints), will perish in disgrace".
............ Thiruvalluvar from "Thrukkural'
.......... -Thiruvalluvar (from Thirukkural)
The Bench consisting of Justices R.K. Agarwal and D.Y.
Chandrachud not only dismissed the allegation but also made the lawyers understand how the pretty old tradition of justice administration was being followed by the Indian judges in the modern context, keeping in mind the ancient Chola ruler's unshakable faith in the dispensation of a delicate case with utter fairness without any reservation whatsoever. Justice Agarwal observed, "The judges of all the courts, since its very inception, have always maintained this great tradition of the Chola king and are rendering even justice to all concerned, whosoever he or she may be, irrespective of the fact whether they are rich or poor, and whether they occupy a high or a low status in society".
|cow ringing the bell, Manauneethi Cholan.story collector|