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Supreme Court and the aam aadmi
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Rajeev Bhatt A man at the Delhi High Court to attend the Lok Adalat where customers and litigants had an opportunity to settle disputes relating to electricty bills, in March 2009 .

It is the goal of social revolution that connects the aam aadmi to the judiciary and to its highest institution, the Supreme Court of India. By Prof. G. MOHAN GOPAL

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Dear sir,

Thank you so much for writing such an exploratory article.I appreciate the questions that you have put forth in the beginning of the article.
from:  Ashutosh Singh Raguvanshi
Posted on: Apr 29, 2013 at 11:26 IST
I feel that the problems are presented in a good way. But to bring the
diversity in judiciary doesn't mean SC, ST to be present among the
judges. The criteria should be to give chance to people with different
background and good knowledge, otherwise this will also become the
victim of politics and reservation.
from:  Harit Agarwal
Posted on: Apr 25, 2013 at 16:28 IST
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