Supreme Court located too far North for litigants from South

  1. Context: Constitutional Bench hearing on the issue of establishing National Courts of Appeal
  2. Amicus curie argument: The Supreme Court is situated in the far North in Delhi
    Litigants from the southern States find it unduly long and expensive to come here in search of justice
  3. CJI Thakur: Isn’t access to justice a fundamental right for all? Does this mean access to justice has become an illusion for people of Kerala and Tamil Nadu?
  4. The Centre had no suggestions to offer yet, on the issue
Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanism – NCA, Lok Adalats, etc.
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