Judges should deliver justice at doorstep: Kiren Rijiju | India News – Times of India


New Delhi: Judges should also go to the fields and deliver judgments at people’s doorsteps, Law Minister Kiren Rijiju Suggested on Thursday.
“I have said chief Magistrate It is not necessary that the decision should be given only from the courts, but the judges can give decisions by visiting the fields. Justice At people’s doorsteps,” Rijiju said. He said that the scope of the judicial system should be expanded and not bounded by the boundaries of the courts.
Referring to the vastness of the country and its diversity, Rijiju said that the time has come for us to step out of our comfort zone and not be limited by borders. “We are such a big country, no one has experienced what we have gone through, what difficulties we face and what are the difficulties in reaching out to the people,” he said. “Our government is ready for all kinds of suggestions,” he said.
The minister also said that “… there is no question of any compromise in the spirit of the Constitution. No one can play with the basic facilities. Constitution Or even think about changing it.” His remarks came in the context of “creating a debate among a certain section that the government is trying to tamper with the basic structure of the Constitution”. He said it was due to some unwanted elements. It is a futile exercise that is creating doubts in the minds of the people.
With whose collaboration the Ministry of Law has started a certificate course on Constitution? Nalsar University, Hyderabad. Rijiju said the government was working on several programs which would involve the Law Minister and the Chief Justice of India (CJI) and the judges of the country. Supreme court,