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The system of administration of justice is problematic: Chief Justice of Supreme Court

Supreme Court Chief Justice NV Ramana has expressed concern that the justice system in India is complex and expensive.

Chief Justice of the Supreme Court NV Ramana on Saturday laid the foundation stone for the construction of a new court complex in Jammu and Kashmir’s capital Srinagar. Here’s what he said on the show:

People need to understand that their rights and dignity are protected and recognized. This is vital for the functioning of a healthy democracy. Peace will prevail only when the rights and dignity of the people are protected and recognized.

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Intensifying conflicts is a sign of a healthy democracy. If justice is denied, it will lead to anarchy. As a result, the judiciary will soon collapse. Because, people will seek illegal way on the island for their problems.

The main challenge to the rule of law and protection of human rights is the inability of a proper judicial structure to ensure that justice is readily available to all. The justice system in India is complex and expensive.

Technology is a powerful aid to the judiciary. Video tests are currently filling the gap in easy access to courts by reducing time, cost and travel. But in a country like India, where there is a huge imbalance in digital technology, we still have a long way to go to harness the full potential of technological innovation.

After independence, the infrastructure of the judiciary was not upgraded to meet the needs of modern India. We have lagged far behind in making courts accessible to all. If this is not taken care of immediately, the Constitution’s goal of ensuring timely justice to all will be defeated.

Courts in Crisis: The district judiciary is the basis of the overall judiciary. Only when the foundation is strong can the overall structure develop. But many courts in the country are functioning in pathetic condition even in rented buildings. 22 percent vacancies in district judiciary are incomplete. Steps should start immediately to fill those vacancies.

He said judges and prosecutors need to create a conducive environment for them, as prosecutors are more likely to be stressed.

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