DMPQ- What are the main challenges faced by judiciary in contemporary India.

  • Allegation of corruption in the court.
  • No mechanism to look into the corruption charges on the judges.
  • Interference of CBI in the working of judiciary amounts to executive control over the judiciary, which goes against the basic principles of the constitution that is judicial independence
  • The chief justice constituting a 5 judge bench including himself when he is facing allegations ignores the primary principle that justice not only be done, but be seen to be done.
  • The use of Article 142 has also become a sign of immense judicial indiscipline Article 142 gives judges the power to do whatever it takes to secure justice.
  • Delay in disposal of cases is to a great extent responsible for the increase in crimes like rape, murder, looting, cheating and so on.
  • There are almost 30 million cases pending and it takes between 12 to 15 years for a judgment. In the meantime, Witnesses could die, turn hostile, go missing, or get killed.
  • In many cases, what is being dispensed as justice after so many years of litigation is flawed.
  • High no. of vacancy in judiciary impacts justice system

 

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