excellent article sir good observation
A HC judge in Rajasthan punishes only for 7 days to an accused who have chopped off hands of two persons and another HC Judge on inspection of Jail in Punjab directs there and then for bail of an accused under PC Act.
All the delay in criminal justice system is hatched in a systematic manner. Rapist Rajkumar (in MP) who raped on 26.12.12 was convicted on 5.2.13. Assault on foreign ladies are decided within hours or days for the greed of cheap popularity.
the Subordinate Judge disposes 2575 and HC Judges disposes 5005 cases respectively. Indian Courts are already overstaffed- a bitter truth to which most of us are ignorant.Average cases disposal by sub and HC Judge in India remains 1142 and 2537. According to the data there are 7507 sub Judges and 272 HC Judges surplus if the optimum rates are applied.
Role of Police, Advocates and Judges - all the three is condemnable in India.There is no need to increase the number of Judges but to raise the productivity to the standard of Kerala and Tamilnadu where
A wonderful write-up. In fact I wanted to express similar view and you have eased my work. There is no need to emphasize that Justice delayed is justice denied. But who cares ? A criminal was charged and the police filed the charge sheet. While the quash petition filed by the criminal is pending in the court for 4 long years, he has filed another quash petition to quash the charge sheet. It is hardly a matter of an hour time. I do not understand what delays in delivering order in the case. Unless a revolution take place, things will not change.
I am a false accused under PC act and presently on bail. Court is 350 km away from home. On every date I have to goto court and to find that court work is suspended. There is no system in which gives prior information.
"Justice delayed is justice denied" It is only beneficial till the desire exist and turns worthless there after.Sir lets hope for Reforms,Self realization is the best reformation at least we will take care from our ends.
Quite a comprehensive article making very positive and effective suggestions to reduce pendency in courts.The article has impartially attributed reasons to all parties without favour or bias. Congratulations to Mr. Rajawat for writing excellent articles.
Well written article. Unless the changes proposed are initiated especially the period in which cases need to be decided a litigant would prefer to silently suffer or find other means (even illegal) to solve the matter as he deems fit.
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