January 12 will go down in history as a big moment for India's Supreme Court. It was a day when four of the country's senior-most judges addressed an unprecedented mutinous press conference against the Chief Justice of India. Now, more than 2 months later, another war is brewing in the Judiciary. And the flashpoint is the executive. One of the four dissenting judges - Justice Jasti Chelameshwar - has written to Chief Justice Dipak Misra, flagging off the alleged interference of the government in the judiciary. Chelameshwar has urged the CJI to constitute a full court to take up on the judicial side the issues pertaining to governmental interference in the judiciary’s domain and certain instances of "executive bidding" by a few judges.