Justice Delayed is Justice Denied

  • Shreya Bhadauria
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  • Shreya Bhadauria

    Student at Galgotias University, India

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Today if we look at the situation of the court there will be plethora of emotions that comes up along with cruel reality of the people of India, which is a big part of it is still to be uneducated and illiterate people, who have to spend the money to get this wheel of justice in motion, and again, year after year and over the decades and still have to wait for justice at the end of the night. Should we proud to have witnessed the suspension of Nirbhaya offenders, or to change the resolution of the Ram mandir conflict? This is exactly where it hurts. The problem is, how do you define honesty? What is justice for us and what do we expect. Acid attacks, rapes, murders, extortion, fraud, deceit, murder and all of that. It's like a comic book I read with my coffee in the morning, while I hold the paper in place. Believe me when I tell you that it is already a normal thing to do. The wheels of justice are slow, the criminal, however, the inertia would be an "exaggeration". “Justice, as in the case of perishable property, to be good, you can do it too long, will cease to value. If you do it long enough, it loses its meaning".


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 4, Page 254 - 259

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.111248

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