Haste by Judges to dispose off cases speedily is actually KILLING justice.


This is a long subject. I am trying to say what I want to say in brief. The arrears of cases are actually weighing too much on mind of judges and public.
The consequent, it looks as if some judges have developed “Speedily Disposal Oriented” outlook.
I have seen that, hasty decision making process leads to miscarriage of justice and have seen clients suffering a lot.
“Decision Making” and “Judging” are two different process. Judging essentially involves, Contemplation Process which certainly takes time.
Silver lining is this, that some judges, including Chief Justice of India Justice Kabir, are not disposal-oriented judges. They deliberate, contemplate and then judge. The quality of judgements is more important than quantity of justice.
Haresh Raichura