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Justice delayed equivalent to injustice caused to society

Justice delayed equivalent to  injustice caused to society
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The verdict on Jayalalithaa-Sasikala issue, after 20 years of judicial process, calls for an immediate overhaul of our judicial system. A case of Rs 86 corruption case took 20 years for its final verdict.

The verdict on Jayalalithaa-Sasikala issue, after 20 years of judicial process, calls for an immediate overhaul of our judicial system. A case of Rs 86 corruption case took 20 years for its final verdict.

Of course, there is still a chance for further appeal. Meantime, the person declared culprit ruled the state for years.

When a case of corruption to a tune of Rs 86 crore took 20 years, then how much time a case worth of thousands of crores will take for final judgement, in our country? A doubt arises as to why the Apex Court could find the time to release the verdict, only at a time when the political climate in Tamil Nadu was worsening day by day, after Jayalalithaa’s demise.

All these long episode calls for an immediate & thorough overhauling of our judicious process, so that expeditious process takes place, which in turn paves way for real governance, unlike in the present, where a culprit was allowed to rule due to delay in judicial process.

In the present circumstances, it needs to be construed as “Justice delayed is injustice caused to the society”.
TV Nageswara Rao,
Visakhapatnam

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