President: It is important to increase women's participation in Judiciary

New Delhi: President Ram Nath Kovind advocated increasing the share of women in the judiciary at a constitution day function, saying there is a need to create gender equality in the judiciary. In August last, nine judges took oath in the Supreme Court, three of whom were women. This is a matter of pride for us. Constitution Day is the festival of democracy.

The President further said that there can be no compromise on the independence of the judiciary, but reforms within the judiciary can be brought about in many ways without compromising the independence of the judiciary. For example, the All India Judicial Service Examination can be introduced to choose the best conscience for the judiciary. It can appoint justices from the lower court to the higher courts. When it comes to pending cases, there is also talk of the appointment of justices.

On the other hand, The Chief Justice of the country (CJI) N.V. Ramana said that no matter how much we are criticized, our work of empowering the judiciary will continue. I urge the Law Minister to make a special purpose vehicle so that the funds allocated by the Centre reach the grassroots level. I strongly advocate the National Judicial Resources Fund.

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