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Using Digital LED displays on court room entrances

The court room peons call the names of litigants on their dates in such a bad way that most of the times even the person standing closest to the peon fails to understand his own name being called

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Else on every CALL visitors have to pay too much attention unnecessarily .

I wonder why not they start using digital LED display on the doors of the court rooms as are being used in restaurents to call their cautomers turn by turn ?

Installing  digital LED display on the doors of the court rooms would make court visits of litigants somewhat less troublesome,methinks.

Plz. contribute.



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Bhartiya No. 1 (Nationalist)     24 July 2010

The main thing is that they are proud and want to protect every "NAWABI" attached with the judicial system since British Period. . Even observe the dress of "Orderly/peons" of Hon. DJ and other Justices.

At least we get to know the procedure of that time existed and also it reminds us that this system is of Britishers’.

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ABHINAV JAIN (Associate)     24 July 2010

Well, the Rajasthan High Court, Jodhpur is using digital LED displays for a long time now. As for the sessions and district courts here the calling system is still alive.

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Dhawal Bhandari (ADVOCATE)     24 July 2010

also punjab & haryana high court has started this system log ago & its very convenient to sit in one court & you get to know status of other court
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(Guest)

Goodboy Ji, with due respect I differ,Adopting  and maintaining LED systems would be far cheaper than the salaries of Court peons.


(Guest)

Judiciary's attitude is not changed according to democracy adopted on 26 january 1950.

 

In Britishers time the administrators were dictators which became "Public Servants" with democracy.  But in fact the attitude of public servants has no change since their is no punishment system is in hands of the master people of India and so their dictatorship attitude is continued.

 

In fact in every public service this dictatorship is still continued but in judiciary it is also seen in every part of its set up and function.  Dress of orderly, address by 'Hon'ble Sir", call by the orderly like old time King's Darbaar...

 

Do the judges are holding honorary posts and appoint/selected/elected by the people whaich is called the honorary??? so they are being called "Hon'ble Sir" ?????

 

They judges are also simply "public servants" and hence they should give honour to their master citizen ofIndia who is the payr of their salary (it is not honorarium).

 

IT IS ONLY THAT; THEY HAVE BEEN ASSIGNED THE WORK TO MAKE A JUDGEMENT BASED ON THE EVIDENCE AND THEY HAVE NO HONORARY DISCRETIONARY POWERS.

 

THEREFORE, IT IS A NSULT OF CITIZENS BY CALLING THEM IN THIS MANNER AND THIS SYSTEM SHOULD BE THROWN OUT OF THE COUNTRY AS THE BRITISHERS ARE THROWN,

 

UNFORTUNATELY THERE IS NO COURT WHERE THE CITIZENS CAN FILE CASE FOR THIS INSULT BY THEIR SERVANTS.

 

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(Guest)

Ram Samudre Ji,

U have elaborated the subject in very good manner,

Bravo once again.


(Guest)

No dear Tushar, your honour word "Bravo" I will be deserving when I bring DRF in a position when the neck of every dictator will be in the grip of DRF.......  Right now extend your hand as you are also a part of us the sufferer Indian citizen.........

R.K.SUNDERRAJ (LAWYER HUBLI,KARNATAKA)     25 July 2010

The Bench clerk who announces the case No’s and also the  names of the parties   could be provided with a microphone fixed ,like that of an internet mike etc, and a speaker fitted at the door of the court, so that the same could be heard  at once and benefit the litigants/advocates.The litigants could take the benefit at once and enter the court hall,

By which I feel that  we could save the time of the court to maximum of one and half hour every day. This could also reduce the cost of labor of peon who announces the name of the litigants and also the name of the advocates.  The speaker attached at the door shall be set up to within the rated sound decibel so that they do not disturb the other court proceedings.

Arup (UNEMPLOYED)     25 July 2010

idea of led display at court premises is good and appropriate.

money should not be a criteria for such a good cause.

people will be less harased by use of it.

microphone will disturbe more.


(Guest)

I think it is not the job of the judgs.  It is the job of Administration who manage other works in the court.

 

I request to all members here that please send a letter to local administration of the court in your area in this regard or please send their address here so that we will send the same. 

 

We are also sending a letter to Law Minister with print out of this thread so members please participate here with your words.

Arup (UNEMPLOYED)     25 July 2010

ram ji you are perfect. it is the job of administration.

it is an universal problem of all indian courts - where this system not available.

sc & some hc already having this system.

therefore a pil may work.


(Guest)

At least please just take out a print of this thread and send an simple letter addressed to chief justice of your concerned state stating that "please have a view on the enclosed document and considerr the facts"....

 

Im sure that it will work.

Bhartiya No. 1 (Nationalist)     25 July 2010

Ramji, u might be knowing the wkg style of govt. dept and how sensitive they r. They r not quick to percieve. Ur printout will be thrown into dustbin

R.K.SUNDERRAJ (LAWYER HUBLI,KARNATAKA)     26 July 2010

LED DISPLAY WOULD COST ADDITIONAL  BURDEN ON THE COURT,SINCE THE PERSON WHO NEEDS TO OPERATE THE KEYBOARD, HIS SALARY WOULD BE ADDITIONAL BURDEN, WHEARES  IFTHE SAME IS  ANNOUNCED BY THE BENCH CLERK THROUGH SPEAKER WITHIN THE RECOMMENDED SOUND DECIBLES  AS TO THAT OF THE PRESENT PEON WHO ANNOUNCES  STANDING NEAR THE DOOR OF THE COURT. WE ARE SAVING TIME/ LABOUR/ WORK BE VERY FAST.

AT PRESENT WE SEE THAT BENCH CLERK READS OUT THE NAMES/ADVOCATES/ETC. THAT ON LISINING TO THE BENCH CLERK THE PERSON STANDING AT THE DOOR ONCE AGAIN ANNOUNCES/REPEATES THE SAME .......... wHAT A WAST OF TIME. I FEEL ? ?????  IF MICROPHONE IS SETUP NO ADDITIONAL BURDEN WOULD INCURE TO THE EXCHEQUE,  THE SAME WOULD BE REACHED TO THE PERSONS STANDING OUTSIDE.

IF LED DISPLAY WOULD SET UP IT WOULD BE DIFFICULT FOR THE ADVOCATES TO ATTEND SINCE THE ADVOCATES SHOULD BE STANDING AT EACH COURT HALL WATCHING THE DISPLAY LIKE AN COMMON PERSON.  IF VIEWED PRACTICALLY IT MAY BE PUT TO SEVERAL DIFFICULTIES TO A ADVOCATE, HE MAY NOT BE ABLE TO ATTEND DIFFRENT COURTS AS HE IS DOING AT PRESENT.


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