Why are all well-known anti-corruption activists and human rights champions maintaining silence over judiciary? Is it the fear that they may have to go to jail for contempt? Or are they afraid of tarnishing their brand value by going where media may not support them?
Adv. Prashant Bhushan is possibly the only exception. Until he joined AAP, he led a tremendous campaign against corruption in the judiciary, and took great personal risks to do so. We hope he will continue to lead. Details of his work are available here: http://www.judicialreforms.org/