Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Law Minister admits about Ahmedabad having highest pending litigation..but what solution to resolve "Justice delayed is Justice Denied" ??!!
As per a news report in Time of India. it is said today by the Law Minsiter of Gujarat Mr. Bhupendrasinh Chudasama in Assembly, in reply to a question that as many as 4,48,165 cases are pending in different courts of Ahmedabad district only and the highest number of 3,62,851 cases are pending in the metropolitan magistrate court while 42,932 cases in the city civil court of Ahmedabad and the family courts also have 9,068 cases pending. The figures for small cause courts, industrial courts and labour court are 11819,and 3,797 and 17,698 respectively. This is prima facie a general statistics of only Ahmedabad District in Gujarat and there are many more such other districts in Gujarat, having flooded with lacs of such pending litigation, which are simply awaiting for their final verdicts or disposal since many years and some cases are even pending since many decades too... I would like to ask to our Law Minister Mr. Chudasama... Whether his MODI Government will also take pride for this tremendous growth and increases in the figures of all such pending court cases in our court ???!! What measures are taken to resolve this increasing issue, causing and justifying the saying " Justice Delayed is Justice Denied ...".Simply by appointing new judges and new courts are not their solution.. but quick judicial disposal by our Hon'ble Judiciary in coordination with the bench and bar can only resolve these pending and delayed cases...
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