Know the Law [ Basic premises]

The Judges who decide against the Government do not get  appointments. The necessary implication is that the Judges who decide in favour of the Government are rewarded by the Government with appointments. The attitude of the Government is thus depicted surely with a purpose and that purpose cannot but be to raise in the minds of the reader a feeling that the Government, by holding out high hopes of future employment, encourages the Judges to give decisions in its favour.