Though the contents in their meaning are clear and could by and large be true, yet I believe the language used is intemperate. This is not to suggest that healthy criticism of a system cannot be done. But I believe the points could have been conveyed in a moderate language. I do not appear often before ITAT. But whenever I have appeared, I have hardly come out dissatisfied. Within the given constraints the judges deliver fair and just decisions. Yes, in some cases there may not be proper appreciation of facts or there may be miscarriage of justice; but I hardly find such aberrations a result of deliberate act of judges. Judges, barring a very few, rarely adopt humiliating posture towards counsels. In fact, I know a few judges who encourage juniors and help them in conducting themselves. Very often a junior may not be able to make his point clearly. Yet, judges pick up the fine points of the case and conclude the matter satisfactorily. No justice system is, and can be, perfect. Considering all these, ITAT still does a good job.