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Judiciary represents the legal system of India
1.64 / 5 14 Reviews
Tilak Marg
New Delhi
Supreme Court of India,Tilak Marg, Supreme Court, Mandi House, New Delhi, Delhi 110201, India
The judiciary in India has given a signal that there is no effective justice delivery system. The way adjudication is inordinately delayed, adjournment given, fake accusers going scot free, innocent accused getting judicial harassment, increase in corruption unchecked etc.

------- Edited on 2018-04-13 -------

The judicial agencies are no discharging their constitutional responsibilities of providing justice. It seems there is no consistency in various issues and hence the beneficiaries are deprived of the justice. The public at large is feeling denial of the justice under the weight of corrupt practices and if at all the prevalent of corruption in the country is alleged, I feel judiciary need to own the onus.

------- Edited on 2018-04-28 -------

The way family disputes are being handled by the judiciary, it deserves to be rated as far far bellow average. It also does not seem to be untouchable to corrupt practices.

------- Edited on 2018-05-11 -------

The development in the judiciary is indicative of that the judiciary is not working independently and thus is a threat to the democratic set up. It seems it is being influenced and controlled by the politicians. Justice not only to be given but also it should be visible.
Courts in S'pore decide cases in days when Indian courts take decades. Laws & procedures are not enshrined in Quran or Geeta that they cannot be changed. They are designed by us. Constitution is amended every 6 mths. Tax laws are amended 100 times a year. Courts have time for reforms in cricket or diesel buses in Delhi but no time to reform its own system to deliver justice quickly and rid India of this malady that even politicians, babus have no interest in reforming. Should we wait for becoming a foreign colony once again in order that something could be done about it???

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