Backlog of Justice in India

  • Anshumali Yadav ,
  • Asmita Mishra and Parantak Yadav
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  • Anshumali Yadav

    LLM Student at Lucknow University, India

  • Asmita Mishra

    Student at Lucknow University, India

  • Parantak Yadav

    Student at Lucknow University, India

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When justice is delayed, justice is denied. This concept underpins the right to a fast trial, as well as other rights aimed at expediting the legal process, because it is unjust for a victim to suffer harm with little chance of recovery. Pendency in different courts around the country is 4.04 crores in this country's three-tier judicial system. Furthermore, rising population, poverty, and economic expansion result in more enterprises and government activities, as well as more crimes and, presumably, more lawsuit activity by those institutions. The current article is an attempt to critically analyses the many causes of pending cases and to provide solutions to the justice system's backlog.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 4, Page 3910 - 3914


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