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People need fast justice, not erudite lawyers: CJI | India News

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NEW DELHI: After reaching out to nearly 70 crore people during a 45-day campaign by the National Legal Services Authority (NALSA) to make them aware of their legal rights, CJI NV Ramana said common litigants grinded by resource and energy sapping litigations need quick and inexpensive relief and not colossal court buildings or well-dressed erudite lawyers.
Speaking at the valedictory function to mark the end of the intense campaign to spread legal awareness in the nook and corner of the country, he said, “People who are suffering don’t look for well dressed, erudite lawyers or colossal court buildings. All they want is to be relieved of their pain quickly, without exhausting all their resources. We have to work together to promote a sense of belonging with the justice delivery system, among the public.” As a first step, he said, judges must remain “bold and independent” and write in simple language to enable common litigants to comprehend the judgments and orders easily. “Since our decisions have a huge social impact, they should be easily comprehensible and must be written in clear language,” the CJI further said.
“It is, primarily, the ability of Constitutional courts to function with absolute independence and necessary boldness in the face of adversity, that defines the character of our institution. Our ability to uphold the Constitution sustains our impeccable character. There is no other way to live up to the faith of our people,” the CJI said. He said the schemes and activities of NALSA act as a necessary bridge ensuring access between the benefactor and the beneficiary. “Today, I can say that we all have sincerely worked to live up to the aspirations of the framers of Constitution,” he said.
NALSA executive chairman Justice UU Lalit came in for special praise for working tirelessly and travelling to all corners of the country to infuse energy into those paralegal workers and law students who fanned into the countryside to touch nearly 70 crore people with the legal awareness campaign and ensure that theme of the campaign ‘Ek Mutthi Aasmaan Par Haq Hamara Bhi Toh Hai’ (the marginalised have a right over a slice of hopes, opportunities and aspirations of the country), resonated vibrantly in the rural areas.



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