New Delhi: The courts in the country are buried under the burden of lawsuits. Due to this, the courts are not able to hear any case expeditiously which has an effect on getting justice. This is why people avoid going to the courts. They want to stay away from the long, tedious and expensive system of courts. Speaking at a national conference, Supreme Court Judge Justice SA Bobde said that "the process of justice should be properly considered. There should be no haste or delay in the process of delivering justice. Bobde said that the concept of 'speedy justice' has been adopted in the world's worst regimes. But there should also be no delay in delivering justice".
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"Nobody wants to delay in doing justice, but it takes time to do justice. This should be understood in the right contexts". Many prominent personalities of the world participated in this conference organized on the challenges of the Indian judiciary. Which includes Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, Chief Justice of Guwahati High Court Arup Kumar Goswami and Chief Justice to various High Court. Justice Bobde said that according to the country's population, there are twenty judges per one million population.
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While in most countries there are 50 to 80 judges per million people. He said that it should also be seen how many cases are filed. The impact of social media on the judiciary was also discussed in the said conference. On this, Justice Bobde said that the judges should also join social media.
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