International Journal of Law


ISSN: 2455-2194

Vol. 6, Issue 3 (2020)

Indian courts during Covid: focusing judicial activism in trying times of pandemic 2020

Author(s): Ramit Mehta, Saurabh Maheshwari
Abstract: It is an attempt by the authors vide this article to discuss as to how the judicial activism has been persisting in the times of the pandemic situation arising out of novel Corona virus in the nation having population of around 1.3 billion and its wide net of Judiciary in the vibrant democracy. The Nation is witnessing a unique way of the working of judiciary and its activism during the times of the pandemic in 2020. It is not out of blue to mention that the COVID-19 has been demonic for everything that exists on this planet and bill board “CLOSED” has been put on the planet Earth for time being. Amid such conditions, the judiciary has not stopped and opened a new dimension for delivering justice by virtue of its modified working and hearing over Video Conferencing and e filing of the matters. Apart from that, Hon’ble Courts over the Nation alongwith the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India delivered important orders which have tremendous impact over the public at large in the trying times of the pandemic since Judicial Activism is judicial outlook in a changing society whilst considering the dynamic
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