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Chief Justice of India Mr. Altamas Kabir appealed to judges to be sensitive to the needs of poor litigants in order to dispense timely justice to them. Comments plz.

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Asked by lily, 23 Nov '12 09:54 am
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It is not the first time that any Chief Justice of India expressed concern over delay in court cases. Former Chief Justice of India S.H. Kapadia, too, was of the same opinion, but he went one step ahead and refused to take the May-June court vacation and worked through it, aiming to look at ways of reducing the time it takes to hear cases and making the Supreme Court administration more efficient. He spent a lot of time with registrars to improve systems and procedures. And now Mr. Altamas Kabir rightly stressed onto speedy justice. Time and again, the eminent personalities are emphasizing on speedy disposition of cases and elimination of delay. So, time to take some decisive step in this direction. The court has been considered the "lasthope of the common man". And in any case, his faith in judicial system should not be allowed to misplace.
Answered by sumati gayki, 23 Nov '12 09:58 am

 
  
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It is not the first time that any Chief Justice of India expressed concern over delay in court cases.
Answered by mist, 03 Dec '12 02:49 pm

 
  
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Mazbooton ka writ yachikayen to jald hi suni ja rahio hai, garibon ka line men rahata hai.........
Answered by Prem Sinha, 03 Dec '12 12:21 pm

 
  
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Mere appeal will not mean anything. If it can be really put into practice then it will be great.
Answered by Tough Nut, 23 Nov '12 10:24 am

 
  
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WE ONLY APPEAL and then turn a Blind Eye. The Law makers and the Law Keepers are Impotent. No Hope for India. You are alone and responsible for your own safety. No one gives a FK ?
Answered by Mahachor Baghela, 23 Nov '12 10:00 am

 
  
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