According to the petition filed in the last 70 years, there has been no proper allocation of funds with the corresponding increase in pulation judiciary legal awareness, increase in legislation and the same is a clear violation of the basic structure of the Constitution as well as basic human rights.
Even as courts are pulling up governments for dereliction of duty during these tumultuous times, they are laying the groundwork for future course of action and the third wave which will affect children.
Just as High Courts set the pace for opposition to Indira Gandhi’s Emergency, so too has the Madras High Court established the tone and tenor for holding the government accountable for the spread of the killer pandemic through allowing stretched out election schedules and mammoth rallies.
The Solicitor General of India on Friday complained to the Supreme Court that several high courts of the country were blaming the Centre for the complete mess the country was in now because of the alleged utter mishandling of the coronavirus pandemic and the incredible number of deaths.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday, while addressing the challenge faced by the Indian judiciary pertaining to delay in judicial appointments to various High Courts, urged the Central Government to speed up the process.
The Supreme Court bench of Chief Justice S.A. Bobde, Justices L. Nageswara Rao and S. Ravindra Bhat has directed that all high courts of the country will have to take expeditious steps to incorporate the Draft Rules 2021