CJI said, giving justice is not the job of the courts only

Justice should be given to every part of the state: CJI said, giving justice is not the job of the courts only; Supreme Court is the greatest protector of democracy

Aug 15, 2022 - 20:27
CJI said, giving justice is not the job of the courts only

Chief Justice NV Ramana has spoken of giving justice to every part of the state. Ramana says that delivering justice is not only the job of the courts, but the executive, legislature and judiciary have an equal role in it.
CJI hoisted the tricolour in the Supreme Court on Independence Day. During this, he said that our Supreme Court is the biggest protector of democracy in the world.
Chief Justice NV Ramana says that it is the responsibility of every citizen of the country to save democracy. He referred to Article 38. He said that it is also the responsibility of the state to ensure all kinds of justice in society. Every organ of the state should do such work so that the constitution is not in danger.
The CJI has expressed disappointment over the padding cases. He told that 4 crore cases are pending across the country. There are more than 70 thousand pending cases in the Supreme Court alone. He said that the courts were closed during the lockdown. At such a time, the cases continued to increase and they could not be heard. People want their case to be decided as soon as possible, but due to the pandemic, we could not do it. I am hopeful that now the situation is normal and now the courts will work at their full capacity.
Law Minister Kiren Rijiju was also present at the event of the Supreme Court. During this, he said that the executive and the judiciary should work together. If we don't work together, we won't understand each other. If we do not understand each other then we will never be able to solve the problems of this country.
Rijiju said that I am asked in Parliament why so many cases are pending in the country, then I do not have an answer.
It is very easy to say that many cases are pending. The judiciary can finish the pending cases in 2 years, but it is difficult to do without the active role of the government.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer