Well said by CJI in the conference which was presided by honourable Prime Minister of India

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Well said by CJI in the conference which was presided by honourable Prime Minister of India. Statement of CJI is given below:

Decisions by courts not implemented by government for years together: CJI NV Ramana

The CJI was speaking at a joint conference of Chief Ministers and Chief Justices of High Courts which was presided by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

30 Apr, 2022

Decisions rendered by courts are often not implemented by government for years together leading to contempt of court petitions piling up in court, Chief Justice of India (CJI) NV Ramana said on Saturday.

Such defiance by government is overburdening court, the CJI opined.

The CJI was speaking at a joint conference of Chief Ministers and Chief Justices of High Courts which was presided by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

“Decisions by court is often not implemented by governments for years together which leads to contempt petition which is new burden on court which is a direct result of defiance by government,” CJI NV Ramana said. The government, the CJI said, is the biggest litigant in courts accounting for 56 percent of cases in Courts, the CJI said.

The CJI also highlighted the lack of procedural fairness when it comes to arresting individuals and probing cases.

The key to good governance is “abiding by law and constitution”, and if the police probes are conducted in a just manner, and illegal arrest and custodial torture comes to an end, the number of cases would drastically decrease.

“However this is often ignored and opinions of law department is not sought in the rush to implement executive decisions. Role of Special and govt pleaders in court needs urgent remedy,” CJI said.

Such issues sometimes affect an individual and sometimes a group of people.  Similar is the issue of EPF pensioners, on this issue, many High Courts as well as the Hon’ble Supreme Court have given a verdict in favor of pensioners, but EPFO ​​has shamelessly filed a review petition on this too and mocked the decision of the courts.

And the Government of India is not worried about the future of around 65 lakh EPF pensioners who are struggling to survive with a small amount of pension.

for, all EPF Pensioner request the Government of India and Chief Justice of India that just not give statement only for conferences, let implement it as per the verdicts of the court to give a dignified life to pensioners.


 


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