Saturday, April 16, 2016


Hi, This is really painful. We saw one a wonderful person like  Mr. Anil Kejriwal .  He has public support too. Why we can't catch hold him to raise voice against such person of doubtful integrity in judiciary. We r the persons, who treated him a khudaai khidmatgaar and supported him whole heartedly. You know, there must be many persons like Mr.  kejriwal who are claiming to do and wish to set the things on a right path?  Ok, let come forward and draw a line and target . I will be the first person to sacrifice my time, energy and life  for a cause. Lalit mohan bansal 

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On Apr 12, 2016, at 7:10 AM, Forum for Fast Justice <> wrote:

Dear friends,

How to galvanise the justice delivery system? It can't be done through writing mails or holding seminars and penning articles in media or holding debates. You have to sacrifice part of your time and come to the streets aly to show your resolve.

This is what we at Forum For Fast Justice are doing.

Last month we concluded our 35 days historic cross country Nyay Yatra which can be seen on and the press reports on Nyay Yatra on internet.

Please find attached our resolution passed at Delhi Convention on 6th March 2016 and also my article on judicial reforms being published in CSR Vision.

We will very much need your active support for realising the goal of fast and fair justice delivery system.

With regards.

(Bhagvanji Raiyani)
Chairman & Managing Trustee
Forum For Fast Justice
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On Sat, Apr 2, 2016 at 3:06 PM, Shanti Bhushan <> wrote:
I was recently told by a very respected lawyer practising in the subordinate courts of Delhi that not less than 80 percent judges are corrupt and less than 20 percent alone are honest.I am not aware whether  present CJI has any concrete plans to deal with this serious situation.Similar might be the situation all over India ,only percentages might be somewhat different in some States.Chief Justice Grimwood Mears of the Allahabad High Court  had taken some drastic steps in1930 to put an end to judicial corruption in the lower courts of UP. Maybe the present CJI also has some drastic remedy in mind to tackle this menace all over India.If he does something history will remember him for ages.

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On 19-Mar-2016, at 5:53 am, Aires Rodrigues <> wrote:

The recent assertion by the Chief Justice of India T.S. Thakur that the Judiciary is facing crisis of credibility is a very candid admission of the grim ground reality. The framers of the Indian Constitution had envisaged a free, fair and independent Judiciary. It was never visualized that Courts could end up as dens of chicanery and jugglery. It was incumbent to ensure judicial accountability at all times with the entire judiciary conforming to the highest standards of uprightness and integrity. If Judges cannot independently balance the scales of Justice, the temples of Justice become redundant.

The Judiciary should never be manned by persons who are slanted or aligned to any political party. Judges should have the spine to crack on illegalities done by any politician, regardless of the party he is affiliated to or the high position he holds.

In Goa we have some extremely good judges but there are some from the other end of the spectrum on whom less said the better. The current hotline enabling communication between Politicians and Judges through a dubious interface by way of the flamboyant Advocate General Atmaram Nadkarni compromises and ruptures the very sovereignty and sanctity of the Judiciary. It is high time for a concerted effort to cleanse the Aegean Stables of Indian Judiciary by flushing out undesirable judges who should never have landed where they are today.

Aires Rodrigues

Advocate High Court

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Forum For Fast Justice.

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