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Do you believe in Indian Judiciary System?

By on Nov 21, 2009 | 8 comments

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Almost every ‘caught’ person in India who’s covered by media says he/she believes in Indian Judiciary System. I wish to know how many of us have full faith in Indian Judiciary System. Do you think Indian Judiciary System is alright?

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8 Comments

  1. safwan

    November 21, 2009

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    Hay ! wait ! why 67% vote no ????

    But I too. not efficient but not effective .
    Many cases long till the persons dispute solved or sometime it is pending or some other funda !!

  2. The Big K

    November 22, 2009

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    Interesting. Almost no one believes in Indian Judiciary system! 🙁

    Even the supreme court judges refused to disclose their property. There’s no reason for us to trust them. 🙁

  3. Mayur

    November 25, 2009

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    I believe in the Indian Judiciary system. Although I may think twice before believing the ones who run it

  4. amandeep singh

    December 7, 2009

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    constitution of india is the best in the world. but the pillars of democratic system of india are biased. it is a human nature. law is only for those who are awakened but when judiciary is itself answerable then they bacame gods with banner as written in hidden need not answer on it. class consiousness pays major role in the minds of hon’ble judges they are gods and being a simlple human being i am saying it with responsibility keeep up indian judiciary weldone good work until and unles i will get power.

  5. The Big K

    December 7, 2009

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    @amandeep – Isn’t Indian judiciary system based on British system?

    There’s some reason why so many people don’t believe in it. It has failed to live up to the expectations of so many Indians. It definitely needs a complete overhaul.

  6. sampath

    December 31, 2009

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    Charater is most important for a judge. Controversy after controversy is not going to help the Indian Judiciary in any way. Appointments should be purely on merits and no caste consideration should be made during these appointments. For instance, in the case of TAMIL NADU, you had a fleet of cases against Justices V. Ramaswamy, Veerasamy, Jagadeesan, Ashok Kumar, Kannadasan and now Dinakaran. Even among the serving Judges, particularly a lady by name Banumathi is apparently involved in the conversion racket. She belongs to the Jesus Calls society who has already converted her personal staff (from hearsay) and travels to the fishing hamlets to oversee “work in progress” in the guise of prayers. Besides in her personal life, she is living with her husband, her daughter (the one born to her and her husband), her sister and another daughter born to her sister and husband. In other words, she has truly upheld the TN traditions. Ironically she calls the CM %u201CAPPA%u201D meaning FATHER and prostrates before him. Blessed as she is has been given four Government housing allotments. There are quite a few like her who have all come in on caste considerations. God save TAMILNADU and the Judiciary, people’s last hope.

  7. Varun Agarwal

    January 2, 2010

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    As far as i know our judicial system is below the government… If we need a better judicial system it should be parallel to the government… and any decisions taken should be independent n unaffected by the politicians, industrialists, etc. Only then can there be hope for our judicial system to flourish.

  8. shaju

    August 23, 2013

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    Never, common man will never get justice in India ..

    Best example happened last week , My aged couples living in a small village in Kerala , Thrissur district , Neighbor – local politician – threatened them and captured their land , constructed safety tank junction tank for his toilet, as they don’t have muscle power or vocal power they have approached nearer one advocate to file a civil case to redefine the border , advocate also give assurance them to get back their land and boundary can made with help of court , But local politician didn’t want to go for survey and he put appeal to court , it was rejected , and survey was happened, after three years of fighting , after survey it was clear that exactly 200 sq feet was captured, and advocate taking money every time giving assurance , …….. Last week their advocate informed that they will not get their land, and advocate told them that

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