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katie cool (student)     14 August 2010

PEOPLE HAVE LOST FAITH IN JUSTICE?

People have lost faith in justice..! I think that is the truth.... Because, in many cases the person who has been accused were given punishment only after the outcry of the public.. None can deny this... I feel that the judiciary system must improve!! 

What do you think about it??



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Koumarish Bhattacharya (Advocate)     14 August 2010

Yes, it must improve. And we are not out of the duty to improve it. Even you are bound to improve it. Therefore without arguing about it, do something.

Baskaran Kanakasabai (entrepreneur)     14 August 2010

Yes its true that  lot of people have lost faith in justice.

But there is no  statistics regarding the number of such people.

Also throughout the history of mankind the phenomenon has  existed and continued.

There must also have  been a graphic pattern in the increase or decrease in the number of such people in proportion to the corresponding total poulation at various points of time in history.

But I believe the dharma of mankind is to fight against such injustice irrespective of the outcome. In that respect  a quote from the Bhagavat Gita appears to guide well:

"Your Right is to 'work only

But never to the fruit thereof;

Let not the fruit of action

Be your object

Nor let your attachment

Be to inaction."

Those who are disheartened by such injustice should meditate, cool their minds , regain their shaken faith and further continue their rightreous path with the resolute belief that truth and justice will prevail ultimately.

Strong belief in God will help such people to keep their composure intact. Meditation is very useful in that respect.

Bhartiya No. 1 (Nationalist)     15 August 2010

In latest survey of Dainik Jagran, more than 2/3rd (75%) people have lost faith in justice. But as per, so far what I have seen and interviewd people, even this figure is more than 90%. It is only Money and Muscle Power prevailing everywhere, specially in land and property realted matters.

N.K.Assumi (Advocate)     15 August 2010

Baskaran, you have quoted a good verse from the Gita, but if you go out in search  of a man with that spirit, you will realized that such man can never be found in India. And to jayaswal posting, I would like to add that the Institutions is already dead and what we see is just a drama to fool the masses, its very painful.

N.K.Assumi (Advocate)     15 August 2010

I would further like to add that it is not the systems that has failed us but we are responsible in failing the systems so nicely woven by the founding fathers of the Constitution. Judiciary as it stands today is beyond salvation and the only way out to salvage the systems is the one suggested by the Hon'ble Prime Minister Shri.Manmohanji,  to set up all India Law School in every State and if necessay closed down all those deem law Colleges in the Country. I am also wandering the cry of various Bar Councils in the Country over Bar Exam, why on earth are they against the proposals made by the BCI are they scared that their students will never make it in the Bar Exam or is there any other valid reasons? In such legal scenario prevailing in the Country it is impossible to salavage the Judiciary and the common man losing faith in Judiciary.

N.K.Assumi (Advocate)     15 August 2010

And Katie, not lost faith in Judiciary but the Indian people have completely lost faith in God, as God does not care what is happening in India as HE might be very busy with other Countries.Amen.

katie cool (student)     15 August 2010

N.K.Assumi, you are right.. We don't find such a person here in our country.. This world has changed a lot and so have the people! And you just cannot blame God for whatever the mankind has done.. This is not the fault of God!!! And stop blaming Him for whatever we do!!

N.K.Assumi (Advocate)     15 August 2010

Ok Katie, I agree with you but for the time being only as it is 15th August.

DR.SANAT KUMAR DASH (Eye Specialist)     15 August 2010

THOSE       WHO     ARE     COWARDS...................THEY       LOST     FAITH    IN    JUSTICE.

IN   THIS     EARTH.......NO    ONE    IS      ABOVE      THE       LAW.

SO      I    REQUEST      MY      LCI       MEMBERS      TO    FIND    OUT     THE     SOLUTION    &     SEND    

PROPOSAL      TO       GOVT.    OF     INDIA    FOR    NECESSARY     LEGISLATION    IN    THE    PARLIAMENT.

 

 

N.K.Assumi (Advocate)     15 August 2010

Dear Dr.Sanat Kumar, as stated above we don't need any Legislation as it is not the systems that has failed us but it is We, as the People of this Nation has failed the systems, so I am of the view that there is no requirement for Legislation except for those few courageous people to fight on, that is the only ray of hope I can have for my solace.


(Guest)

Ms. Katie, this is here specially for your review;

 

https://www.lawyersclubindia.com/forum/A-SAD-JOKE-ON-ADVOCATORY-20109.asp

 

And other members know that my english is too bad so please never mind the words but the stream of the message.

PLN PRASAD (B.Com.,B.L.,)     15 August 2010

yes you are correct

Arup (UNEMPLOYED)     16 August 2010

MS. KATIE,

YOU ARE VERY CORRECT.

BRIBING IS VERY COMMON.

TO REPAIR THE SYSTEM, CONTINUOUS EFFORTS AND HARD PRESSURE FROM GENERAL PUBLIC REQUIRED.


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