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How many of you believe the judiciary in the upper level, that is high court and supreme court is impartial and just ? If yes give your reasons.

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Asked by Josna, 19 Mar '10 07:54 pm
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Though India ranks 80 in list of corrution (184 countires), but fortunately our Judiciary - specially higher courts - High Court / Supreme court have majority of judges - HONEST and work with integrity.
Present trend is - for increase in corruption but one has to agree with the views expressed by noted jurist and President of the All India Lawyers Forum for Civil Liberties, O. P. Saxena that there are only a few cases of corruption in the higher judiciary. According to him if we devise a mechanism like that of forming a National Judicial Commission, having in it judges, former judges, senior advocates and highly reputable social activists, the problem could be tackled effectively. Many others have backed the formation of such a Commission to look into matters pertaining to appointments, transfers and punishments of judicial officers.
Answered by PANIWALA A, 19 Mar '10 09:09 pm

 
  
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I do not think they are impartial and just anymore.
Answered by Prashant, 19 Mar '10 08:46 pm

 
  
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Bribe is everywhere.
Only very few are exceptions in this too
Answered by hitler, 19 Mar '10 08:06 pm

 
  
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Every thing can be purchased in india and even law may in the high court the amount is more to get the justice
Answered by krish, 19 Mar '10 08:03 pm

 
  
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