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sad state of indian judicial system

sad state of indian judicial system

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  • The man thinks he kills and nothing will happen to him... hummm.... hummmm
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  • The Indian legal system is a legacy of our colonial rulers and with the passing of time many evils have crept into it and it fails to satisfy the aspiration of the people.

    The problem of delay and the accumulation of huge arrears of cases both in the lower-courts, the High Courts, and the Supreme Court have assumed serious dimensions and invited a lot of criticism of the entire legal system. The causes of this delay are many. There are lacunas within the law itself of which clever lawyers take undue advantage and seek adjournments on personal grounds, for the benefit of their clients. Justice delayed is justice denied. The flaws in the legal system give rise to unlimited frivolous suits, the purpose being not to seek redress but to cause harassment to the opponent.
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  • Wonderful presentation Justice is neither free nor affordable we live to ourselves never bother about others, the main problem in India the Law is equal to all in theory but in execution rich, powerful, alone get the justice rest ........... think yourself
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  • I started legal practice in 1985. Many cases started in 1985 are still pending before the courts either as second appeal or Special Leave Petitions before Supreme court.
    I have forwarded this presentation to many of my friends in Judicial circle.
    Thanks Dear Ravi Sankar
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    Thankachan
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  • A real and true document..thanks Avalok!!
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  • 27. Charles Dickens said<br />“Law is an ass, an idiot.”<br />Was he thinking of<br />Indian Judicial System<br />when he said that? --- I wonder….<br />avalok<br />

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