Indian Legal System
Besides being informative and educative, the present book is intended to be an infrastructure for resurrection of the system which continues to be the kind of a ladder for feudalistic aspirations. Unfortunately so far as the Indian Legal System is concerned we are being governed by the British still after over four decades of freedom. This aspect of the legal system as been very well dealt with. The defects in the process of judicial appointments have been studied scientifically and the need for brevity in the judicial process has been highlighted. The need for humanising the law and transformation of the process of justice have been adjudged to be the most important essentials of the legal system. The problem of arrears of pending cases which has constrained at least a couple of Chief Justices of India to say that the judicial system was on the verge of collapse, has been examined closely to the outcome that in case we adopt an Indianised Legal System, the problem of tendency would evaporate in the thin air and the judges would wait for cases not to talk of the backlog. Towards this end the need for total transformation of the administrative process has been brought about. The book seeks to conclude that India needs poor judges with rich experience to poverty to ensure dispensation of litigationless justice to the poverty striken masses of people who constitute over seventy percent people of India. Moreover, the endless shrieks for rights and rights must be replaced by eagerness for duties.
S.P. Sharma (b. 1943), after his graduation, decided to become a writer and began to learn the art of literature under active guidance of Justice G.D. Khosla. In 1970 he shifted to Dr. Mulk Raj Anand upon whose inspirations he decided to become the kind of a socio-legal engineer to become a crusader for eradication of poverty through law as an instrument of social change which brought him back to the temples of learning to secure a law degree from the University of Delhi in 1975 with special interests in legal aid and law and poverty. Besides being a regular contributor to India News and Feature Alliance, Mr. Sharma has written articles and short stories for various news papers and magazines and he has written five auto-biographical novels summing up his experiences at the Bar, out of which the first one THE CANDLE LIGHT has been published. Mr. Sharma has also written five books on law including the Indian Legal System during the process of his involvement in the Aggrieved Ladies Legall Aid Home (ALLAH) and Social Engineering Litigation Forum (SELF) besides a book named the NEW ERA ON POLITICAL AFFAIRS OF THE COUNTRY and two collections of short stories and anecdotes.
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