Editorial Simplified : 26th day of April 2016
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Editorial : Waiting for justice
CJI T.S Thakur has spoken the need of filling the vacancies of judges to expedite the long list of pending cases
- Lack of judges and pendency is hampering India
- foreign companies think twice before investing in India due to vagueness on dispute resolution
- under trials waste precious years of their lives in prisons
- poor protection given by legal system makes Indians risk averse which has significant social and economic implication
Government is not the sole culpable party
- main reason for pendency of cases is ease of securing adjournments; issue can only be solved by judicial interventions
- civil lawsuits of same nature are allowed to follow repetitive and long patterns by judiciary
- discussions between govt and judiciary are necessary as govt is party to large no of litigations
Editorial : Blunder on Isa
In response to China move to block the imposition of sanctions on Jaish e Mohammad (chief Masood Azhar), India issued visa to Dolkun Isa (ethnic Uighur dissident of Chinese province Xinjiang living in Germany) to attend a conference at Dharamsala (Himachal Pradesh)
Muscular Foreign Policy?
- Diffusing the initial euphoria over muscular response to China, India has said that tourist visa obtained by Isa was not valid or attending the conference
- Various dissident Chinese groups are expected to meet later this month with exiled Tibetan govt in Dharamsala.
Right thing to do
- For all the bad press that China has got in India, it has never let its territory to be used for anti-India activities
- UN sanctions seldom prove to be a success to counter a terrorist organization; even if China would not have vetoed the decision of UN sanctions, things at ground would have hardly altered
- India need well thought out strategy to counter china rather than knee jerk reactions; they will do more harm than good
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Editorial : A desperate situation
The pendency of cases in the Indian Judicial system seems ever increasing. The editorial examines the situation.
- It is a well established fact that Indian judiciary is understaffed. The perceived requirement is of about 50,000 judges whereas the country has just 18000 judges presently.
- Occasionally observations made by superior judiciary on the alarming state of affairs elicit some sympathetic noises but concrete measures to solve the problem never arrive.
Analysis and suggestions
- The situation demands an ambitious infusion of man power and resources to which even state government’s will have to contribute immensely.
- The need is to calculate number of judges required at each level to dispose of a particular number of cases based on analysis.
- The Centre and judiciary should collaborate on finding practical solutions like appointing more judges, including retired judges and deploying judicial resources efficiently.
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