Wednesday, 1 April 2015

Courts close to mourn the death of judges' relatives. Why?

If proof is needed that judiciary is completely unaccountable & shamelessly insensitive to the pain of the public, it is this: Court holidays for flimsy reasons, such as the passing away of the father-in-law of a judge or lawyer.
Can't the judges, who declare such random holidays at will, see the agony of hundreds of litigants and undertrials, and their huge loss of money paid by them to lawyers? Does their unchecked power & privilege make them blind?

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