Former Chief Justice of India Gogoi criticizes high court for being obstructed

A former Chief Justice of India says he will not go to the country’s highest court with his complaints because he would have to wait endlessly for a verdict, a comment that exposes the country’s clogged legal system.

“You want a $ 5 trillion economy, but you have a rickety judiciary,” said Ranjan Gogoi, who retired as head of the country’s judiciary in November 2019 and is now a member of the upper house of parliament. Gogoi was speaking in a event organized by the India Today Group, a news network.


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