So much discussion on #BirdSite about who the authors are of the Ayodhya judgment.
Font preferences and formatting preferences certainly contain a clue.
The lead judgment is likely authored (or atleast compiled-in-chief) by Justice Chandrachud.
The addendum is likely authored by Justice Ashok Bhushan
@prasanna_s Thanks for the insightful forensics!
DYC again tripped again....
But who wrote the operative part?
@prasanna_s I thought its just the opposite..that Bhushan wrote the judgment and DYC the addendum.
@prasanna_s There are 124 places where the spelling is "judgment" and 27 places where it is "judgement".
@prasanna_s Similarly, immovable - 24, immoveable - 36.
@prasanna_s so why does that have any relevance. It’s a group of Supreme Court justices and their collective unanimous decision is this. Each one of them are part of this history and they are complicit.
@prasanna_s and this judgement is even called 'nuanced' but how?
BUT, #judiciary has worked Hard @ Spoiling its own name!
Sure author is any one of the judges?
@prasanna_s is it true that there is no precedence of judgment without mentioning author judges
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