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Thursday, April 5, 2012

Good News! MP High Court admits our Letter on Judiciary’s Problems as a Petition

April 5, 2012: Madhya Pradesh High Court has taken cognizance of our letter to the judiciary. A reply from the registrar of Jabalpur High Court dated March 5 states, “Your letter petition was placed before the committee of two Hon’ble Judges constituted by Hon’ble the Chief Justice… Hon’ble Committee has been pleased to file your letter for registration as a letter petition”.

The letter however cites a court rule that no further correspondence in this regard will be entertained. Read the full letter:

Our letter to Chief Justice of India S H Kapadia, Chief Justices of 17 High Courts, Union Law minister and others, listed out the issues that make the judiciary unavailable to the common man. It also suggested various remedies. Supported by 121 signatories, this letter was posted on 25th December 2011 by activist G R Vora. Read this letter:

Activists Sumer Bais and Meenal Rege translated the letter and its explanation in Hindi and Marathi, so that more people would understand it.

We are still awaiting replies from other recipients. We are hopeful that some other High Courts, and maybe the Supreme Court also, will consider taking some action on the issues described in it.

Warm Regards


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