Justice must never ever take form of revenge, says CJI

Dec 08 2019 12:36 PM
Justice must never ever take form of revenge, says CJI

In an important case, Chief Justice of India SA Bobde said that revenge in a case cannot be called justice. Revenge cannot be a substitute for justice. No justice can be done in any case. There is a process of getting justice. In such a situation, we will have to wait a little to get justice. Although Bobde did not name the encounter in Hyderabad on Friday morning, his direct reference was towards the events related to Hyderabad. The recent incident in the country can be the subject of a big debate. He said that justice cannot be done in the spirit of revenge. He was speaking on the occasion of the inauguration of the new building of the Rajasthan High Court main bench in Jodhpur.

In his statement he said that some people believe that criticism is necessary but criticism hurts the systems. Along with this, the CJI said “I do not think justice can ever be, or ought to be, instant, and justice must never ever take the form of revenge. I believe justice loses its character of justice if it becomes revenge,”

For your information, tell us that the number of cases in the courts can be reduced to a great extent by solving them through an arbitrator. We all have to think together about this. He said that mediation should take place before the case reaches the court. For this, such centers should be opened in all the districts of the country. He suggested that mediation should also be included in the curriculum in all law colleges of the country. By doing this, people will get quick justice. At the same time, he also stressed on the inclusion of technology in the courts. He said that many works have been simplified in the Supreme Court through Artificial Intelligence. This technique can be better utilized.

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