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Introduction Justice is being defined as an art which gives good to friends & evil to enemies. King Martin Luther wrote an open letter where he quoted "JUSTICE DELAYED IS JUSTICE DELAYED". In the Constitution of India, Justice has been ensured to the People of India. It means that every person has equal rights, freedom & opportunity, they could go to court under Article 32 and 226 of the Constitution of India for getting justice. T.S Thakur, Former Chief Justice of India, quoted that slow courts increase the cost of enforcing contracts by delaying the payoff of taking an agent to court. It not only affects the hope & belief of people in the Judiciary system but also affects the economy as well.

 

In Nirbhaya Case, the three-judge bench observed that this case was rare in the rarest case and awarded them with death sentence as they didn't deserve any sympathy from the system. Despite the prompt Judgement and all proceedings, the Justice was being provided after seven years. Pending Cases The condition of the system isn't good they need the double power to dispose of the cases. In the Supreme court of India, there are 55,459 cases pending on Dec 32, 2017 while 53,98,543 cases in High court & 2,94,20,925 cases pending in lower courts. As per National Judicial Data Grid, there is a total of 2 crores 72 lakhs cases pending and U.P is the state having the highest pending cases i.e 61.58 lakh, then in Maharashtra 33.22 lakh, West Bengal (17.59 lakh), Bihar(16.58 lakh) & 16.5 lakh in Gujarat.

 

In Delhi, there are so many cases pending that even if five minutes is given to each lawsuit then it will take four hundred & sixty-six years to settle all the cases. Reason for delay There are various reasons behind the delay in providing justice to the victim and they are Ineffectiveness in the administrative system, Inadequate no. of judges & judicial resource, Work culture of courts, Noncooperation of parties, Delay in getting reports & collecting evidence, Quality of judges, Inadequate system for monitoring cases, Lack of concerted efforts by government and collegium system, Efforts to prevent cases during the hearing, Appeals in High court against orders of the quasi-judicial bodies. The action was taken by the system to resolve such issues Judicial decrees may not change the heart but they can restraints the heartless. By keeping this in mind the court had taken various steps to resolve the delay in justice though they aren't proved to be much effective. Such as Setting up Lok Adalat which encouraged parties to settle cases outside the court.

 

ADR was being introduced by the 42nd amendment of the Constitution of India, Setting up of disposal review mechanism to clear cases on priority which was also recommended by formal Just. Deepak Mishra, High court takes stock of cases filed & disposed of every month in the lower court and Setting up of arears committee to dissolve cases as quickly as possible. The need of the hour There's a need to make changes in our judiciary system and in the administrative system so that the victim could get justice. There's a need to appoint more judges i.e 50 judges per 10 lakh population. There's a need to bring reform in a judicial system such as improving the salary structure of Judges, speed up the trail, accelerating civil & criminal hearing. There is not only the need for Judges but there is a shortage of Police for investigation of cases & to present them in court, prosecutors, need to maintain courts, their resources, court premises, continuous hearing of cases. Setting up more fast track courts, Jail Adalat also known as Prison Courts is required to minimize the delay in Justice. Introduction Justice is being defined as an art which gives good to friends & evil to enemies.

 

King Martin Luther wrote an open letter where he quoted "JUSTICE DELAYED IS JUSTICE DELAYED". In the Constitution of India, Justice has been ensured to the People of India. It means that every person has equal rights, freedom & opportunity, they could go to court under Article 32 and 226 of the Constitution of India for getting justice. T.S Thakur, Former Chief Justice of India, quoted that slow courts increase the cost of enforcing contracts by delaying the payoff of taking an agent to court. It not only affects the hope & belief of people in the Judiciary system but also affects the economy as well. In Nirbhaya Case, the three-judge bench observed that this case was rare in the rarest case and awarded them with death sentence as they didn't deserve any sympathy from the system. Despite the prompt Judgement and all proceedings, the Justice was being provided after seven years. Pending Cases The condition of the system isn't good they need the double power to dispose of the cases. In the Supreme court of India, there are 55,459 cases pending on Dec 32, 2017 while 53,98,543 cases in High court & 2,94,20,925 cases pending in lower courts. As per National Judicial Data Grid, there are a total of 2 crores 72 lakhs cases pending and U.P is the state having the highest pending cases i.e 61.58 lakh, then in Maharashtra 33.22 lakh, West Bengal (17.59 lakh), Bihar(16.58 lakh) & 16.5 lakh in Gujrat. In Delhi, there are so many cases pending that even if five minutes is given to each lawsuit then it will take four hundred & sixty-six years to settle all the cases.

 

Reason for delay:

There are various reasons behind the delay in providing justice to the victim and they are Ineffectiveness in the administrative system, Inadequate no. of judges & judicial resource, Work culture of courts, Noncooperation of parties, Delay in getting reports & collecting evidence, Quality of judges, Inadequate system for monitoring cases, Lack of concerted efforts by government and collegium system, Efforts to prevent cases during the hearing, Appeals in High court against orders of the quasi-judicial bodies. The action was taken by the system to resolve such issues Judicial decrees may not change the heart but they can restraints the heartless.

 

By keeping this in mind the court had taken various steps to resolve the delay in justice though they aren't proved to be much effective. Such as Setting up Lok Adalat which encouraged parties to settle cases outside the court. ADR was being introduced by the 42nd amendment of the Constitution of India, Setting up of disposal review mechanism to clear cases on priority which was also recommended by formal Just. Deepak Mishra, High court takes stock of cases filed & disposed of every month in the lower court and Setting up of arears committee to dissolve cases as quickly as possible. The need of the hour There's a need to make changes in our judiciary system and in the administrative system so that victims could get justice. There's a need to appoint more judges i.e 50 judges per 10 lakh population. There's a need to bring reform in a judicial system such as improving the salary structure of Judges, speed up the trail, accelerating civil & criminal hearing. There is not only the need for Judges but there is a shortage of Police for investigation of cases & to present them in court, prosecutors, need to maintain courts, their resources, court premises, continuous hearing of cases. Setting up more fast track courts, Jail Adalat also known as Prison Courts is required to minimize the delay in Justice.

 

 

 

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