Supreme Court took a major step in the public interest over the slow pace of rape cases
Supreme Court took a major step in the public interest over the slow pace of rape cases

The Supreme Court of the country has made the Supreme Court worried by the increasing cases of rape of women and the frustration and restlessness among the people due to delay injustice. The Supreme Court is gearing up to increase the speed of rape cases. The court took suo moto cognizance of such cases on Wednesday. The court has summoned all the records and status reports of every level from police station to the court to increase the speed of the criminal justice system and to know the status of implementing the existing law and justice system.

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According to media reports, a bench of Chief Justice SA Bobde, BR Gavai and Suryakant has taken suo motu cognizance of reviewing the Criminal Justice System for speedy disposal of cases of rape and sexual harassment by women. The court-appointed senior advocate Siddharth Luthra as amicus curiae to assist in the hearing of the case. After collecting all the information and information, the court has asked Luthra to implement the law and give suggestions about increasing the speed of justice and making the system more effective.

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On this matter, the court has requested Solicitor General Tushar Mehta to extend full support to Justice Luthra in this regard. The court has issued notices to the home secretary of the central government, and the chief secretaries of the states and the DGP in the case. Apart from this, notice has also been issued to the Registrar Generals of all the High Courts. The court has said that the secretary-general of the Supreme Court will cooperate in seeking information from all states and high courts.

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