Monday, October 31, 2011

"Our Judiciary is being unjust to our Citizens" said Justice Deepak Verma, SC

Recently The Bharati Vidyapeeth deemed university’s New Law College (BVUNLC), Pune, inaugurated ‘E-Court’. As part of the function, a legal discourse on ‘Future of Indian Democracy’ was presented by Justice Deepak Verma (judge, Supreme Court of India). He was the chief guest at the event organised in the NLC auditorium on BVU’s Erandawane campus.Speaking about Indian democracy, and being disheartened with democracy being eroded even in judiciary, Justice Verma said, “The piling up of cases in various courts across the country is a classic example of injustice being meted out to the citizens by the judiciary.” Showing his satisfaction with the professional five-year degree course in law, Justice Verma expressed that though the law profession is overcrowded, there is room at the top through hard work and intelligence.He emphasised that an advocate’s skill is gauged only when he argues a matter in the court. He stressed on law professionals to be proficient in English language as it is a global language.

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