AM ASHAMED OF OUR JUDICIARY
AM ASHAMED OF OUR GOVERNMENT
AM ASHAMED OF OUR PARLIAMENT
Hon'ble Shri Pranab Mukherjee
President of India,
Vice President of India,
Hon'ble Shri Narendra Modi,
Prime Minister of India
Hon'ble Justice H.L.Dattu
Chief Justice of India
Hon'ble Smt.Sushma Swaraj
for External Affair
Hon'ble Shri D.V.Sadananda Gowda
for Law & Justice
read The Times of India report dated 17-1-2015 as hereunder,
captioned 'Court pendency behind India's low global ranking: World
Bank finding: 'Ease of Doing Business'. India was ranked 142 among
189 countries last year. The World Bank suggested that there was an
urgent need for reforms in the system of performance appraisal of
go on urging for your appointments to discuss judicial reforms but
you never care to reply. Now we will be more aggressive (Gandhian
ways) an pursuing the mission justice. We will take the issue before
the UN and the comity of nations.
dare you all to sue me if you feel I have defamed institutions or the
& Managing Trustee
For Fast Justice
Bhuvan, Bajaj Road, Vile Parle (West), Mumbai – 400 056.
Times of India report:
pendency behind India's low global ranking: World Bank.
NEW DELHI: Large pendency of
cases in Indian courts and non-implementation of judicial reforms
have been cited by the World Bank as one of the key reasons for
India's low rank on the Bank's Index of 'Ease of Doing Business'.
India was ranked 142 among 189 countries last year.
In a memorandum to the
department of industrial policy and promotion (DIPP) under the
commerce ministry, the World Bank suggested linking judges' appraisal
with reduction of pendency in courts. Sources said the matter was
discussed at a meeting organized by the DIPP recently to refine the
performance evaluation system of judges to link their performance to
the resolution of specific bottlenecks as suggested by the World
The DIPP is also
coordinating implementation of the 'Make in India' campaign of the
World Bank suggested that there was an urgent need for reforms in the
system of performance appraisal of judicial officers in the country
to bring about uniformity and infuse objectivity and standardization.
The Bank cited an
example from Malaysia where implementation of a reform index for
judges improved case disposal rates and reduced backlog by 50% in
less than three years. Another example was cited from the United Arab
Emirates, where rewards were instituted for the best performers.
According to the
memorandum, the liberal grant of adjournments was an often cited
reason for delays in court proceedings in India. It recommended
monitoring the number of times judges granted adjournments and the
reasons for granting them. "This can be done through case
management systems and linked to performance management evaluations,"
It asked the government
to ensure that adjournments were not indefinite by setting a time
Just a few weeks ago,
the Modi government had written to chief justices of all 24 high
courts to ensure speedier settlement of commercial and other disputes
for creating a conducive investment climate and success of 'Make in
"One of the
reforms introduced by Malaysia between 2009 and 2011 during the
overhaul of the judicial system was the implementation of a reform
index for judges," the Bank said, citing how this index, fixed
by the judges themselves, was aimed at allowing them to assess and
monitor their performance. As a result of this and other measures,
case disposal rates in Malaysian courts improved and backlog was
reduced by 50% in less than three years, it said.