Lodha was speaking at the annual lecture and award function organised by civil society group Capital Foundation Society.
He said judges are best equipped to judge the suitability of candidates before appointment.
Lodha said if they do not affect the judiciaries institutional independence and integrity then there should be no worry.
The top court quashed the National Tax Act, saying it was bad in law and failed the test of constitutional validity.
The SC said that no officer shall be given out of turn promotion till the inquiry is completed on its genuineness.
The other three AAP MPs who have signed the petition are Bhagwant Mann, Sadhu Singh and Harinder Singh Khalsa.
The court was adjudicating a PIL by NGO ‘Centre for Integrity, Governance and Training in Vigilance Administration’.
SIU’s lawyer Ram Jethmalani sought permission to let the university go ahead with admissions.
The CJI said that judges shouldn’t be tempted or tried to be pleased, adding that it is our responsibility to keep judiciary corruption-free.
The Persons With Disabilities Act provides for three per cent quota for the differently-abled people.
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It also questioned as to why the Centre has referred the issue to the Law Commission when the EC, the expert body on the matter, had already taken a view.
In India, these are evolving through the process of accepting legitimate aspirations of the speakers of different languages.
The bench, hearing a PIL by NGO People’s Union for Civil Liberties, said it would proceed with the matter once all the responses come.
The bench sought to know whether there were any guidelines by the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on the subject matter.