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Supreme Court Chief Justice R.C. Lahoti Sunday said the judiciary was not in confrontation with the executive or legislature.
"We are working in perfect coordination. There is no confrontation between the three arms of governance," Lahoti told reporters on the sidelines of the 13th annual convocation of the National Law School here.
Lahoti was reacting to the recent controversy arising out of the apex court's ruling on abolishing reservation quota in private unaided and minority professional colleges.
The chief justice, however, declined to comment on the centre's move to bring in a new legislation to overcome the apex court's verdict on the education reservation issue.
On the Muslim Personal Law Board meeting being held in New Delhi on the uniform civil code issue Lahoti said it was for the government and political parties to deal with that issue.
"Don't ask the judiciary. Ask political parties or the executive," Lahoti quipped.