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Evolve system to tackle corruption: Chief Justice

Posted by egovindia on July 16, 2006

Evolve system to tackle corruption: Chief Justice
Monday July 17 2006 00:00 ISTUNI

http://www.newindpress.com/NewsItems.asp?ID=IEU20060716133452&Title=Hyderabad&rLink=0

HYDERABAD: Supreme Court Chief Justice Y K Sabharwal on Sunday said there was a need to evolve a system to tackle corruption spreading in the judicial system in the county.

Speaking at the state-level judicial officers conference organised by the High Court here, Sabharwal said the new system should adopt information technology to deliver Justice without any involvement of corruption in the judiciary.

Referring to the recent media reports that there was 20 per cent corruption in the judiciary, he said the corruption at any per cent should be curbed. Even five percent should not be allowed.

“We should deliver Justice in reasonable time without considering the status of litigant”, he said.

He said laptop computers would be provided to every judicial officer under a central scheme in future and every court would be computerised in near future to dispose the cases which was pending for several years and to maintain transparency.

Andhra Pradesh High Court Chief Justice G S Singhvi and Justice Bilal Nazki were also present on the occasion.

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One Response to “Evolve system to tackle corruption: Chief Justice”

  1. He Must know that ‘NRIs’ and “Persons-of-Indian Origin”
    arrested under “Section 498A IPC” has to pay Rs. One Lakh to
    the magistrate apart from paying Police and Prosecutor in Mumbai to get the Bail.

    There is another Rs. 50,000/- Bribe payable to Magistrate through
    same Court Lawyers working as agents for release of each passport
    and permission to leave India, and come to your Home Land for
    Livilihood.

    The cost of getting “Bail” and return of “US Passport” with 2 days Jail and Police detaintion in India for 15 days was about
    RS 7 Lakhs (Appx US $15000 )paid as bribes.
    There was additional Cash Deposit of Rs. 20,000/- Each for Bail
    and Rs.10,000/- Each for Return of US Passport.

    My Son and Wife were arrested at Mumbai Airport on June 30, 2003
    in connection with FALSE complaint registered in COLLUSION and CONIVANCE of Nagpada Mumbai Police Station
    under F.I.R No, 405/2002 and pending under case No. 631/P/2003
    at Mazgaon Court at Mumbai.

    My Entire Family of US Citizens have been declared PROCLAIMED
    OFFENDERS by Indian corrupt Judicial System.

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