Kenya’s first woman Chief Justice Martha K Kume reached to hear and watch the last day’s hearing in the Supreme Court on Maharashtra’s Shiv Sena dispute.
New Delhi: In Maharashtra Shiv Sena on controversy Supreme Court The hearing ended on Thursday (March 16). the Supreme Court judgment reserved Kept it Now not only Maharashtra but the eyes of the country are on what verdict the Supreme Court will give. And why is Maharashtra and the whole nation waiting for the decision, but there is also a desire in foreign countries to learn, understand and resolve from the hearing and decision of this case. this is the reason Martha K Koome, Chief Justice of Kenya Reached the court to hear and see the last day’s hearing in the Supreme Court.
When the first woman Chief Justice of Kenya reached the Supreme Court, the debate and arguments on the Shiv Sena dispute of Maharashtra were beginning under the chairmanship of Justice Dhananjay Chandrachud. All the members of the five-member bench – Justice MR Shah, Justice Krishna Murari, Justice Hima Kohli and Justice Narasimha were present. The Chief Justice of Kenya was present throughout the hearing and watched the proceedings of the court with keen interest.
CJI welcomed, Jethmalani and Sibal informed about the case
Chief Justice of Kenya Martha K. Coome was received by Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of India Dhananjay Chandrachud upon his arrival. At this time, Shinde faction’s lawyer Mahesh Jethmalani and Thackeray faction’s lawyer Kapil Sibal informed him and the delegation accompanying him about the case.
Who is Martha Coome, who came to watch the Supreme Court hearing on Shiv Sena?
Martha Kume was born on 3 June 1960 in a village in the Meru district of Kenya. Before becoming the Chief Justice, he studied and practiced law for many years. In 1986, he obtained an LLB degree from the Kenya School of Law. In 2010, he obtained the degree of Public International Law ie LLM from the University of London.
Martha Coome started her career as a legal advisor. After this, in 2003, he started his own law firm. Prior to this, she was also a council member in the Law Society of Kenya. He has been instrumental in reforming Kenya’s constitution and law. In the hearing of the Supreme Court on Thursday, he observed and examined India’s legal process very closely and understood how the judicial system of the world’s largest democracy is.