- Free and fair justice’s greatest demand for democracy: Gadkari
- Gadkari said many administrative reforms have been implemented in the country under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi.
- Gadkari said the judiciary should not be under anyone’s influence
Nitin Gadkari: Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said on Sunday that a free and just justice system is the greatest demand for a free and just democracy. Minister of Road Transport and Highways Gadkari made the remarks at the inauguration of a facilitation department of Maharashtra National Law University in Nagpur. He praised the four pillars of democracy-legislature, executive, judiciary and media. He said: “A free, neutral and impartial justice system is the greatest demand for a free and just democracy.” He described time as the biggest asset and said many administrative reforms were carried out in the country under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra. Modi. Huh.
“Notwithstanding the decision, the judiciary has the right to decide”
Gadkari said: “During cabinet meetings, when tribunals and other things are discussed. In what I often say to the Minister of Law and the Prime Minister, that whatever decision is made, the judiciary has the right to decide. It should not be under anyone’s influence.” He also spoke in favor of adhering to development work schedules and eliminating the causes of delays, saving thousands of millions of rupees across the country.Two Supreme Court Justices Justice Bhushan Gavai and Justice PS Narasimha and Maharashtra Vice Prime Minister Devendra Fadnavis were also present at the event.
Recently, CJI Raman spoke out strongly in favor of increasing the number of judges.
CJI Raman had said: “The problem is getting worse due to the lack of infrastructure and not enough judges to keep up with the increasing workload. That is why I am strongly in favor of transforming and upgrading the legal infrastructure in India, as well as filling vacancies and increase the number of judges. ” The CJI said that after taking over as Chief Justice, apart from filling 11 vacancies in the apex court, the college has been able to secure the appointment of 163 judges in various high courts. Another way to reduce the burden on pending cases is to promote and popularize other means of dispute resolution, such as mediation or conciliation, the CJI said.