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Union law minister D V Sadananda Gowda has termed the Supreme Court verdict in the National Judicial Appointments Commission case a surprise. “We are surprised by the Supreme Court verdict, ” the law minister said in Bengaluru.
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“It is premature to comment because I have not seen the full text of the verdict. I will consult senior colleagues and the PM and take a decision,” Gowda said.
The law minister said that the NJAC law had the support of the people.
“The bill was completely supported by the Rajya Sabha and the Lok Sabha so it had the 100% support of the people,” Gowda said.