International Journal of Law


ISSN: 2455-2194

Vol. 6, Issue 5 (2020)

Judicial system in India a critical study

Author(s): Janmejay Singh
Abstract: Man is a social being. The society is characterized by the interdependence of men. This interdependence serves various purposes and needs. But it also gives rise to a conflict of individual interest with social interest. To settle this conflict certain norms and rules are made by the society. These rules are enforced by some kind of sanctions which settle the conflict under the wider wings of equity, justice and good conscience which are and have been gradually recognized by the state. The intervention of the state through its organs is necessary for fair play. It is at this stage that the quest for justice becomes significant The nations which do not ensure to its people justice without delay are destined to doom and loose their identity sooner or later. In our country, the Justice Delivery System has reached on the verge of collapse. To make a critical analysis of present Indian judicial system and the impact on the society give suggestion like A.D.R. The topic of the present research is an attempt to study the present state of affairs of the Justice Delivery System, its problems like the biggest problem of delay, expensiveness being the reason of docket exclusion, uncertainty and lack of infrastructure etc., the identification of causes and concrete suggestions so as to ensure the true spirit of the Preamble of the Constitution of India. In our country, under the Constitution of India, the judiciary is the protector, guardian and the prime institution to administer justice. The Preamble to the Constitution of India clearly depicts the aims and the aspirations of the people of India. It is unfortunate that even after more than 70 years of independence, the goals for which our freedom fighters fought and shed their blood, have not been achieved. The object of paper is to define judicial system and problem.
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