To project the controversy involving the Chief Justice of India CJI as a potential threat to the institutional purity and integrity of the highest judicial office is not only highly premature, but undesirable as well. Some of the interpretations that have been made could impact the process of judicial reform that the incumbent had indicated he would pursue single-mindedly on the eve of his elevation to the post. The adventurism by a section of activists these days is nothing short of excessive. In the process, real issues confronting the judiciary are getting relegated to oblivion. Consider the slow delivery of justice.
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Since then, many commentators and scholars have weighed in on the amount of power the Chief Justice of India wields. Sadly, however, the focus of the debate slowly shifted away from the scope of the administrative power of the CJI to the underlying politics of the incident. In this post, we seek to bring attention back to the larger issue of the scope of the administrative power vested in the office of the CJI. Here, we focus on the power of the CJI to list cases. This post is divided into three sections.
Judiciary Reforms in India
Today India needs a strong and independent judiciary for the growth of India. Since a speedy and efficient system is the very sine qua non of society. Besides, our laws and their interpretation has led to enormous misery for the litigants and forced people to look for other alternatives.
But this is not the sole reason. Read the complete article published on IndiaSpend. Judicial Reforms. Recent Posts.