Anarchy will result if justice is denied, says CJI N V Ramana.

Chief Justice of India N V Ramana said that denying justice would ultimately result in anarchy . Ramana said that the current state of the judiciary system is far from ideal .

According to Chief Justice of India N V Ramana, it is essential that the people feel that their rights and dignity are respected and appreciated for the sake of a prosperous society, and denying justice would ultimately result in anarchy.That would destabilize the system of judiciary, which will eventually lead to anarchy.The CJI said that one of the greatest obstacles to the stability of the rule of law and human rights is the inability of the formal justice system to provide prompt and affordable justice to everyone, while the judiciary system in India was becoming increasingly complex and costly.CJI Ramana said that the current state of the judiciary system is far from ideal, and that the court system is being weakened too quickly.Around 22% of the positions in the district judiciary are currently vacant.

The CJI said that appropriate measures must be taken for providing shelter and housing for all judges.The CJI said that Jammu and Kashmir is the confluence of three major faiths: Hinduism, Buddhism, and Islam; it is this confluence that drives our plurality, which must be defended and valued.