The High Court of India has passed various orders lately to resolve the issue of pendency in the High Courts. A portion of the key requests include:
In 2018, the High Court guided the High Courts to clear all forthcoming cases in five years or less.
In 2019, the High Court gave various rules to the High Courts to decrease pendency, including the making of committed courts for explicit kinds of cases, the utilization of innovation to accelerate the legal cycle, and the arrangement of additional adjudicators.
In 2020, the High Court guided the High Courts to diminish pendency by 20% before the year’s over.
The High Court’s requests emphatically affect pendency in the High Courts. In any case, the issue of pendency is as yet a significant test. As of August 2023, there are more than 50 lakh cases forthcoming in the High Courts.
The High Courts themselves have likewise found a way various ways to lessen pendency. For instance, the Madras High Court has presented various drives, for example, the utilization of video conferencing for hearings and the production of a devoted court for cases including ladies and youngsters.
The decrease of pendency in the High Courts is a perplexing issue. It will require the collaboration of the High Court, the High Courts, the public authority, and the lawful calling.
Here are a portion of the vital difficulties to diminishing pendency in the High Courts:
Absence of satisfactory framework, like courts and judges’ chambers.
Deficiency of judges.
Intricate and old regulations and systems.
Absence of public mindfulness about the legal framework.
Notwithstanding the difficulties, there is a developing familiarity with the need to decrease pendency in the High Courts. The High Court, the High Courts, and the public authority are doing whatever it may take to resolve the issue. Notwithstanding, it will require investment and purposeful work to achieve a significant change.