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3 crore pending cases

“Justice delayed is justice denied”

Pending cases in India is going to reach 3 crore mark in the world’s largest so-called democratic country.Red tapism is termed as the chief determinant for the under development of India, Red tapism has showing its presence even in Judiciary. Popular actors and politicians have been mocking Indian Judiciary by making crimes and escaping from punishment by highlighting technical legal flaws in reality. Most of the poor people who committed petty crimes and have been to Jail for the years due to their inability to pay the required fines. Indian Poor are still unable to meet their medical and legal help form Govt Doctors and lawyers.

Indian Govt is already initiated National Knowledge commission headed by Sam Pitroda and Administrative Reforms Commision leaded by Veerapa Moily for the effective and efficient governance by applying pertinent reforms.Some legal experts say All India Judicial Commission should be established to meet the requirements of Judges on par with the Union Public Service Commission which holds responsibility of selecting All India Services like IAS,IPS,IFS,IRS etc…

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4 Comments
  1. The complex thinking is the mother of red tapism!!!….. its like .. if a person is asked who he is..? it should indirectly mean asking his name … but if he says” i am a son born to a mother & father on so & so date… blah blah” ….can’t these bloody indian judiciary people simplify the language & thereby dismiss the technical or legal flaws…..moreover .. a judge is not given power to decide with his mind BUT WITH THE PENAL CODE..!!! PITY!!!

  2. Justice has become very expensive..The poor people can not afford a lawyer to defend their case and they end up with injustice.This is the same scene which has been occurring for decades and hence we are seeing  INDIA in such a deplorable condition.I feel that Justice delayed is Justice denied…no matter what the reasons are…!!!Any significant change is possible only if each & every person comes out of this ignorance and be pro active in democracy..Fight for justice without being influenced by unjustified rumors,speeches or thoughts.

  3. Congratulations  !  Maharashtra  State  Judiciary

     

     

    Here is what Times of
    India ( 02 July, 2012 ) reports re: disposal of Pending Cases by Maharashtra
    State Judiciary during 2 year period ( 30/06/2010 to 30/06/2012 ):

     

     

    Ø     
    Opening
    Balance ………………………. 41.36 Lakh  cases

     

    Ø     
    Added during 2
    years ………………. 39.74 Lakh

     

     

    Total
    ……………………………………………81.09  Lakh

     

     

    Ø     
    Less

     

    Disposed
    off during 2 years……….50.60  Lakh

     

     

     

     

         Closing Balance ……………………………. 29.49  Lakh

     

     

    Considering that the
    Courts work for,

     

    Ø     
    200 days /
    year

     

    Ø     
    3 hours  / day

     

     

    this works out to an
    unbelievable , 1.157  cases per SECOND of
    each working day !

     

    It is anybody’s guess as
    to what will happen when millions of cases get added every year under the
    proposed Lokpal Act

     

    With regards

     

    hemen  Parekh

     

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