Blog by Niti Manthan
Facilitating young minds towards holistic development.
Overview: COVID 19 and the Indian Court Houses: Challenges to the Indian Judiciary System during Pandemic
With an already skewed ratio of 19 judges to ten lakh people in India, the COVID pandemic further endangers the right to access to justice of the people. Article 21 of the Indian Constitution guarantees ‘every man’ the right to life, which encompasses the right to accessible justice. Will the Indian Judiciary be able to stand the test of the time? While the Bar Council of India has already made a representation to the Supreme Court of India requesting to resume the physical access to courts, India has much to learn from the online mode of justice delivery.
During this time of pandemic when every one of us all over the world are taking measures to protect ourselves and fight our enemy Covid-19, it seems that our environment has come to peace with it. Though this virus has caused several human deaths but it has given another life to our environment.
Currently, we all are facing a global pandemic. Coronavirus or Covid-19 has taken many lives all over the world. It is not only affecting income, economies, but also the mental health of people is at risk. A person should never take his mental health for granted.