"Our country's judiciary has a very bright past, they are very capable people. They will sit together and find a solution to their problems. I have faith in our justice system, they will definitely figure out a solution," he said in an interview to Times Now on Sunday.
Asked about the crisis in the Supreme Court after its four senior most judges came out to openly criticise allocation of sensitive cases by the chief justice, creating an unprecedented situation in the higher judiciary, PM Modi said, "I think I should stay away from this debate. The government must also stay away. The political parties must also keep out of it."
To a question about opposition parties' alleged attempts to pull "high-profile" BJP leaders into the crisis the way they went after him when he was Gujarat chief minister, PM Modi said they had made several attempts to finish him politically.
On January 12, four top judges of the Supreme Court -- justices Jasti Chelameswar, Ranjan Gogoi, Madan Lokur and Kurian Joseph -- addressed a never-before press conference, where they said that "all is not well" with the Supreme Court and launched a sharp attack on Chief Justice Dipak Misra for "ignoring the concerns voiced by them".
"Without an independent judiciary, democracy is under threat," the judges said in the press conference held at Justice Chelameswar's house.