@Advocate, Mr. Kumar Krishan Agarwal,
If you say anything, activity, event, or system, in superlative form, like dirtiest, that has to be necessarily to be compared with other similar things, not merely on getting experience on that particular thing, activity, event, or system only on a very tiny part of the system that too at one place only. The world is not such a small entity that anyone can gain worldly experience merely by keeping oneself restricted only at one place. Any individual's opinion cannot prove so, what thinks about that any particular thing.
Any system can be compared with any other system by practically experiencing that either by playing an active role in that system or making survey or interview of different practitioners of the world to include their experience and analysing the things in totality, but not with reference to the epics of the ancient era, like Mahabharat or Ramayan, which you have never seen or experienced personally. If you quote 18 days of Mahabharat, you should also not forget the incident of Sita haran that took years of Lord Rama to recover her by reaching Shri lanka on foot then fighting with the Ravana and his army, when he had already been provided with the clue by Jatayu about Sita to be in th ecustody of Ravana, whereas in the present era, even if no clue is given by anyone, but the authorities get hold of the abducted person within a few days, if not on the same day. Today, Sri Lanka is accessible within a day even from the farthest place of the world, rather than months that Lord Rama had to waste to reach Lanka.
System is not to be blamed, as it is neither made by itself, nor has any legs or arms to move by itself. It is the creation of human being created to serve their own vested interesrts, and also run or made to run by the human beings in their own vested interests. Biases and prejuces of the makers of law always play part when making any law.
So, what I feel as a learner (Jigyasu), law is run at the whims and fancy of the human beings and regulated by the nature and style of activities of the lawyers when there comes the question of working of courts, whereas judges have to play a role of a mediator with specific reference to the existing statutes/ system. There jusgments are made in favour of those, who convince the judge as based on evidence on the issue or by the smarness of the lawyers in presentation of the cases.
So, a judge has also to work at the whims and fancy of the smart lawyers at the cost of the opponents by creating such circumstances for the judge either to postpone or to agree with the wishes of one or the other lawyer, who can convince him on the issue, but seemingly without violation of the law.
Then comes the role of the politicians, whom we elect, rather select to represent ourselves in the sacred houses, the Parliament or Assemblies meant for enacting laws for us. But, you must have observed, several criminals find way to the legislatures to make laws for us. Election of such criminals also goes to our own discredit, when we elect those criminals as our representatives. There plays the biases and prejudices of the legislators to enact laws for the public by keeping their own interest intact, may a common man gets justice or not.
So, in case, you have got some bitter experience while practising law, you have to learn how to be smarter than your opponent to make use of the existing laws and to make the judge convince on your points to get justice diverted towards you. if you are unable to convince the judge on merits of the case or otherwise, it is not the failure of the system, it can be said to be your own failure, as an individual lawyer.
The other alternative is to send your proposals to amend laws and procedures of the system, whichever you find defective, makeing them aware of the evils of the existing law/ system and merits of your proposals to make them feel proposing amendments to laws and system to the Government to get that passed through both the houses of Parliament for ultimate consent of the President of India.
Best of luck!