An Analytical Study on Treatment of Women in Justice System

  • Aditya Dadhich
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  • Aditya Dadhich

    Assistant Professor at ACLC, Bhilwara, India.

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Criminal justice system of country is solely contributed with strength & power to put into practice laws not in favour of brutality, to complete a criminal examination, to capture and confine the offenders and to give equity to the crime. There are many cases where we can find that there is a difference between "female and male criminals". Equal opportunities are the most ardent issues in today's society and the most important concern are human rights issue, which have an effect on women in particular, play a critical role in maintain harmony and wealth in society. Gender justice means that there should not be any discrimination in administering justice on the origin of sex. The process of delivering justice to woman in certain cases is par slow. The whole process is followed from lodging FIR to judgment and many years past in the completion of this process but women are unable to get justice for e.g- Nirbhaya case, even after passage of such a long period justice is not delivered to nirbhaya despite such heinous crime against her. Some women are uneducated and they have no knowledge about the particular rights they have. There are set of victim in the classification


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 3, Page 1936 - 1944


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