Corruption or lethargy, whatever leads to executive inaction, needs to be corrected, and those who choose to take constitutional obligations lightly must face the consequences in accordance with the law without delay.
The authority that is bound by the word and spirit of the Constitution to check and correct deviations of such kind and to ensure that the constitutional duties are duly discharges by all organs of the State is the Judiciary. Where any State official or department oversteps its lawful mandate or fails to act, the Judiciary cannot be mute spectator or look the other wat. As the supreme guardian of the Constitution, the values its enshrines and all that it stands for, the Judiciary must act when the concerned authority either doesn't act or overacts.
The Judiciary cannot choose to not act without violating its own constitutional mandate. The Judge may be monitored and may be resorted to 'close monitoring', which might appear a little too close. But then, such monitoring is the only effective way of monitories when the situation gets grave enough.
But. the resentment that the Parliamentarians displayed in this respect during the Sen impeachment proceedings in the Rajya Sabha was certainly misplaced both in terms of subsctance and occasion.