Courts In Delhi
We seem to be going into the dark ages in Delhi.
Please have a Social Audit case wise, as to how many adjournments take place in the Registrars Office , and how many years it take for denial and acceptance of Documents. Something that can be verified in one hearing, and 10 minutes can go for 10 years. The procedure is so faulty, that any normal person will give up in frustration. Irrelevant questions are asked, not related to the case.
Only Video recording can end this menace. Every stake holder in the Court is Party to this corruption,from getting dates, to lawyers and the Judges who allow this.
It is not shortage of Judges, but this rotten system, where no one can hope to get justice. more
Feel sorry for your plight. All of us silent sufferers of this very inefficient and corrupt system. If you open your mouth, the judge has the right to silence you, once in Court his status is mightier than God , as he has power to punish you instantly, if you break the Golden rule imposed by them, you will incur his wrath. We are the most tolerant, in Indian Courts.
There is no time limit for deciding any matter, no shame in not imparting justice. After 20 years, even if you get a verdict in your favour can one really benefit ?Who is to bell the Cat ?
Hope some revolutionary will seriously consider reforming this system, which does nothing to protect the AAM janta.
Aruna Arora more