HomeIndiaNitin Gadkari said fair justice system is the biggest need of democracy

Nitin Gadkari said fair justice system is the biggest need of democracy

Highlights

  • An independent and fair judiciary is the biggest need for democracy: Gadkari
  • Gadkari said that many administrative reforms have been made in the country under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi.
  • Judiciary should not be under anyone’s influence, Gadkari said

Nitin Gadkari: Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said on Sunday that an independent and fair judiciary is the greatest need for a free and fair democracy. Road Transport and Highways Minister Gadkari said the above while inaugurating the facility of Maharashtra National Law University, Nagpur. He praised the four pillars of democracy namely legislature, executive, judiciary and media. He said that an independent, neutral and impartial judiciary is the greatest need for a free and fair democracy, and mentioning that time is the greatest asset, he said that many administrative reforms have been carried out in the country under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Modi.

“Whatever decision is taken, the judiciary has the right to decide”

Gadkari said, “During the Cabinet meeting, when judgments and other matters are discussed, I often tell the Law Minister and the Prime Minister that whatever decision is taken, the judiciary has the right to decide. It should not be under anyone’s influence.” He advocated adherence to timelines for developmental works and elimination of causes of delay so that the country could save thousands of crores of rupees. Two Supreme Court judges, Justice Bhushan Kawai and Justice BS Narasimha and Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis were also present on the occasion.

Recently, Chief Justice Raman strongly argued for increasing the number of judges.

Regarding this, Chief Justice Raman said, “With increasing workload, lack of infrastructure facilities and insufficient number of judges, the problem is intensifying. That is why I am strongly advocating to change and improve the judicial infrastructure in India, fill judicial vacancies and increase the number of judges. After assuming office as the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Apart from filling 11 vacancies, the Collegium has confirmed the appointment of 163 judges in various High Courts, he said.Another way to reduce the backlog of cases is to promote and popularize other means of dispute resolution like mediation or conciliation, the Chief Justice said.

RELATED ARTICLES

Most Popular

Recent Comments