Indian judge moots SAARC court

A Supreme Court Judge from India has suggested the creation of a “common court” for SAARC countries comprising judges from each nation who can share their knowledge and tackle crossborder terrorism cases
Indian judge moots SAARC court

New York

India’s Justice Sharad Bobde was responding to a question on how courts could come together to foster regional and international cooperation and how the judiciary can help in the efforts to tackle terrorism. 
“The one incident which happened in India about terrorists crossing international border was 26/11 (Mumbai attack) and the terrorists entered Bombay.
They were guided throughout by handlers from across the border,” Bobde said. “This was the advantage they (terrorists) had. This incident underscored the point for which this conference is convened and that is that judges must talk to each other,” he said participating in the open briefing.

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