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asha rao

asha rao

Wrote on 24 November 2016  

where is the hitch? I am sure we have many legal people who would appreciate the suggestions. The question is who will bell the cat?



Torch bearer

Torch bearer

Wrote on 01 October 2012  

Abhijeet jee you are victimized of our Indian judiciary's work for last 6 years.... I'm seeing it for about last 19 years.... still in a hope to get justice and re-carnation of Indian Judicial system so as to make it genuine, true agent of God of Justice who shall be able to give justice in time so the victims are not become the prey of faulty judiciary...



Abhijit ppp

Abhijit ppp

Wrote on 29 September 2012  

A good article. I am the victim of the judiciary. For last 6 years i have seen how indian judiciary works. I will mail U my complaint letters to high court and their reply too. A long battle, still going on. Indian lower judiciary most corrupt and inefficient.



girish rathod

girish rathod

Wrote on 08 August 2012  

In short judicial system is physically and mentally disabled through disease of money, corruption, political interference... Can getting the justice cannot be included in the fundamental right of Indian citizen within stipulated time. Can lawyers file PIL in supreme or hight court for this. Excellent Articel.........



narendra.s.p

narendra.s.p

Wrote on 28 July 2012  

Alternative dispute resolution mechanism is a very good viable alternative. How serious are the litigants to avail the services of this mode? How serious is the government? Can you give one instance where a Permanent Lok Adalat is constituted under the provisions of Chapter VIA- section 22A of the Legal Services Authorities Act, 1987.



niraj

niraj

Wrote on 27 July 2012  

i have no words to thank you.you have depicted the real position.



chetan

chetan

Wrote on 22 July 2012  

its a wonderful article, thanks for sharing...



THAYAPARAN A

THAYAPARAN A

Wrote on 14 July 2012  

Your thoughts and suggestions are impressive. The ground reality is that similar to all other bureaucratic agencies the judiciary system is also taken over by corrupt judicial officers and incompetent persons. These corrupt and incompetent men will never allow reforms to be implemented. Honest and capable men are not allowed to lead the system. No purpose is served by referring to few honest judges who just remain in the judicial system watching the attrocities of their colleague judges. The fate is that the Supreme Court itself in a recent judgment has expressed its anguish that the legal system is abused by wrongdoers but it has not initiated any steps to clean its own corridor. A.Thayaparan atparan@hotmail.com



N.K.Assumi

N.K.Assumi

Wrote on 14 July 2012  

Thank you very much indeed for sharing your hard works as reflected in your Article. I am sure many will benefit from your work.


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