Constitutional Guarantees and the Realization of Access to Justice in India: A Comprehensive Study

  • P. Sanskar Naidu and Dr. Rama Naidu
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  • P. Sanskar Naidu

    Student at Symbiosis Law School, Nagpur, India

  • Dr. Rama Naidu

    Assistant Professor (English) at Government Girls College, Anuppur, India

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This research paper embarks on an in-depth exploration of the symbiotic relationship between the Constitution of India and the practical attainment of accessible justice. In a diverse and dynamic nation like India, the pursuit of justice is a foundational tenet, and ensuring its accessibility to all citizens is imperative. Central to the study is the analysis of the exigency for specialized provisions that facilitate unobstructed access to justice. By meticulously scrutinizing the constitutional landscape, the paper underscores the pivotal role of these provisions in translating constitutional ideals into tangible realities. The research delves into a panorama of constitutional provisions that explicitly and implicitly support the fundamental right to access justice, shedding light on their interpretative nuances and practical implications. Moreover, the study sheds light on the synergistic interplay between constitutional guarantees and the dynamic judicial apparatus. Through a meticulous examination of landmark judicial pronouncements, precedents, and evolving jurisprudential trends, the paper underscores how the judiciary assumes an instrumental role in shaping and fortifying the access to justice paradigm. In navigating this intricate terrain, the paper explores not only the challenges and gaps that hinder seamless access to justice but also underscores the commendable advancements that have been made. It critically assesses the contemporary dimensions of accessibility in light of technological advancements, procedural innovations, and the evolution of legal aid mechanisms.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 4, Page 1821 - 1837


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