Current Problems in Indian Judiciary System – Part 2

These greedy and parasitic lawyers would only bribe them and they are not at all concerned with the welfare of the people or the delivery of justice to them. Hence these poor people don’t visit the courts for justice. Other problems that are faced by the Indian Judicial System is the pendency of the cases in various High Courts, District and Subordinate Courts and the Supreme Court. Right now if we file an RTI about how many cases are these Courts then we will come to the conclusion that there are about lakhs of cases that will be pending in these courts Some of the cases would have been unresolved, some would take longer period of time, some may even not be resolved after 50 years like that.

These cases if they came in the hands of the high profile lawyers then are high chances that the corruption would rampant because the first priority of these lawyers would be making money instead of delivering justice on time and there also lacks a transparency in these cases. The problem of less availability of technology is also another major concern of the Indian Judicial System because the solving of different types of cases involves a very long period of time and non availability of  technology means less transparency and more time consuming affair in the legal field of India.

There are problems which are related to Low Judges Strength and their appointment.  Low Judges means slow delivery of justice to every section of the society and more problems related to solving humongous cases which would be pending in various courts of the country and hence speedy and equitable justice to everyone would all be in vain and hence proper attendance of all the Judges and lawyers is a must for speedy and equitable justice. The other problems that are faced by the Indian Judiciary are hardships of the under trials and no interaction with the society whatsoever respectively. This results in lawlessness in the country and distrust among the people.


According to the World Bank, “although Indian Court’s are notoriously inefficient, they at least a functioning independent judiciary” A functioning judiciary is the guarantor of fairness and a powerful weapon against corruption. But people’s experiences falls far short of this ideal. Corruption in the Judiciary goes beyond the bribing of judges. Court personnel are paid off to slow down or speed up a trial, or to make a complainant go away.

Indian Judiciary Issues have been depicted in several films, one of them being a 2015, Marathi Film, Court

In 2015, it was reported that there were close to 400 vacancies for judge’s post in country’s 24 high courts.

Arrears in the Supreme Court have mounted to around 65,000. There are some 30 million cases in various courts. Budget allocation for judiciary is a miserly 0.2 per cent of the gross domestic product. The Judge-Population ratio is 10.5 to one million, which would be 50 to one million.

According to a report released by Centre for Public Policy Research and British Deputy High Commission “here are a total of 16,884 commercial disputes pending in High Courts with original jurisdiction. Of these Madras High Courts tops with 5,865. With the number of commercial disputes growing rapidly, facilitating a seamless dispute resolution system through alternate means has become crucial

CONCLUSION- After the above discussions it can be concluded that the condition of Indian Judiciary System is deteriorating day by day, the justice delivered to the common citizens is vague and the cases that are either unresolved or take a very long period of time to get resolved needs to be improved and these issues are need to be seriously looked at if we want a speedy and equitable justice in each and every part of the country and hence Indian Judicial System needs to learn from the Judicial Systems of different countries of the world how to deliver speedy and equitable justice to everyone and hence winning the trust of the common citizens in the Indian Judicial System.

India’s Judicial System has a glorious history and great image and hence it cannot be tarnished now in the present scenario. It is the responsibility of the common citizens to create mass awareness among all the citizens among the positive outcomes of improving the Indian Judicial System and make it technically efficient so that Indian Judicial System can work properly and effeciently.

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