Thursday, 30 April 2015

Indian Judiciary is NOT about Justice, but about Judicial Procedures

Judges focus on procedural issues, and give only a passing glance at the Fundamental Rights of citizens. The plaints and grievances for which justice-seekers want redressal are totally ignored.
Rich and powerful people are better able to overcome procedural hurdles with money power, and so they have a chance to succeed. But the ordinary citizens of India are usually stonewalled by procedural matters, and so they have no hope of getting justice from courts.
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